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The Argument for “Easing In” to Retirement

Sudden movements can be scary. If you have a dog, for example, you know that quick, unexpected gestures often cause them discomfort. Life is a lot like that, and most folks, especially seniors, like to carefully plan changes in their routines. So, jumping from a career directly into a life of no work, no routine, and no pressure–while it sounds great–can actually produce its own type of stress. That’s why the concept of a staged retirement, wherein the shift from worker to retiree is accomplished in steps rather than one big plunge. Forbes contributor Steve Parrish, in a post on their website, provides an analysis of how to make this happen in a stress-free (mostly) manner. Read his post here…

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