Almost 50% of seniors surveyed stated that they would like to age in place, that same 50% aren’t sure if they will have the financial means to do so. The 65+ population is growing daily, and retirement isn’t looking like it used to. Instead of trying to retire the old fashioned way, consider making your retirement work for you. Retaining income at a less intensive rate (20 hours a week vs 40) is a great way to set yourself up financially in the event that you can no longer work, while still enjoying the more flexible schedule of a retiree. Whatever path you choose, figuring out how to make your retirement financially feasible is crucial to ageing in place. Read the full article here.
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