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Retiring on Your Resolution List? Here Are Five Retirement Expenses You Must Know by Anthony Cirillo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 26 Dec 2012 9:00am Maybe one of your 2013 resolutions is to retire. Rescue Alert of California contributes this guest blog to help you. Everyone wants to be prepared for retirement when the time comes. Saving when you’re younger can help put you on the path to independence once your working days have ended. Learning how to prepare for retirement can be diff ... Read on »
Boomers retire the idea of retirement by John A. Patient Expert Posted Sat 12 Mar 2011 10:13am Just returning from a two-week vacation on an island off the coast of Sarasota, FL, I got a peak of what boomer retirement is and will be all about.  Boomers still dream of taking it easy in places that are warm, sunny and near open water. Some boomers will happily buy into the golf-and-cocktails lifestyle, too.  After all, there are 7 ... Read on »
Why should you choose a Contemporary Retirement pre-retirement course? by Ann H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 3:52pm Why should you choose a Contemporary Retirement pre-retirement course or coaching package, either for yourself or an employee? Good question! Well... first of all, I'm passionate about helping people like you to get the happiest, healthiest, most vital, productive, energetic, prosperous and fulfilling retirement you could possibly have ... Read on »
Retire Retirement by Dr. Karma K. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 2:03pm Postponing retirement by 5 years will increase your eventual retirement income by 56%. And it'll add a trillion $$ per year to the US Social Security fund, wiping out the deficit by 2045. So wrote Bob Moos in the Financial Post. Baby boomers' much publicized intention to work longer because of better health and less physically demanding jo ... Read on »
Why should you choose a Contemporary Retirement pre-retirement course or coaching package? by Ann H. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 2:05am Why should you choose a Contemporary Retirement pre-retirement course or coaching package? Good question! Well, I’m passionate about helping people like you to get the • happiest • healthiest • most vital • most productive • most energetic • most prosperous • most fulfilling retirement you could possibly have, whilst, a ... Read on »
Retiring Soon? 14 Things you should do NOW to prepare for retirement... by Ann H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 19 Jan 2011 12:26pm 1. Make an early start on planning and thinking about your life after retirement - not just the financial aspects of retirement, but the way that you want to live your life, where you want to live it, how you want to spend your time, who you want to spend it with, etc. 2. Try to become less absorbed in your work (especially if you have ... Read on »
Keeping a retired elder active after retirement or change can help avoid depression by Carol Bradley Bursack Posted Sat 19 May 2012 12:00am He helps out too much. Ann's dad had owned his own business and had employees. He was very successful. Ann's mom used to complain that after he retired, he wanted to run the house, but it didn't seem too serious. Then, when Ann's mom got sick, her dad's energy went into caregiving. He was a wonderful caregiver all the way through. ... Read on »
Retiring Retirement by John A. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Oct 2012 11:32am Baby Boomers are not simply delaying retirement, they are retiring retirement altogether by starting new careers .  The fifty-five-year-old-and-up crowd is the only age group that is growing as a share of the workforce.  Until recently, sixty-five had been the age of retirement in this country, a milestone cemented by the Social Secur ... Read on »
Ontario is to enact retirement home legislation by Jennifer J. Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Jun 2010 12:00am The difference between a retirement home and a Long-Term Care facility is one of needs and abilities. Here is my dad in his retirement home. He needed a walker at the time, and help taking his medications, as well as supervision for showers. In a retirement home you are a tenant. In LTC, formerly called 'nursing homes', you are a res ... Read on »