Take these four steps before leaving the workforce for good
Christy Bieber suggests checking off each of these four tasks from your list before leaving the workforce for retirement. First is to pay off debt. Second is figure out what your income will be. This might include Social Security, employer-provided pensions, and investment income from sources such as 401k plans and IRAs. Third is to make a budget. Fourth is to plan what to do with your time. Bieber’s bottom line though is, “Don’t retire until you’re ready.” Read full piece here.
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