The Modern Marriage – What Chance Have You
How our life has changed compared to years past. The problems of earning enough, fast enough to insure that one day…
The Biggest Retirement Planning Mistake?
The financial side of retirement planning Needless to say you will find so many choices to help you in the financial…
Financial Planning – A Sign Of the Times
Retirement are you ready for it, did you plan well enough, where you informed enough? Fifteen years ago, invited to…
The Tortoise And the Hare – Young Yet Eager
I'm sure I have no need to repeat the story of the two, and their battle to win, to reach the finishing line first.…
Two Important Things to Do In Retirement
Only two important things to do? Of course there are a million and one things that you can do during retirement. I…
Do You Know What You Will Have And Where You
Not everyone takes retirement seriously. Do you know what you will have and where you will be when it is time to retire?…
Retirement Articles (21)
Planning for Retirement - is it Just Financial?
If you do a keyword search on retirement you will see that by far the biggest return is for the financial side of retirement and there is no doubt that this is very important. Especially in these days of austerity, pension funds stopping taking more entrants, the prospect of having…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Apr 09, 2012  
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The Tortoise And the Hare – Young Yet Eager to Finish
I'm sure I have no need to repeat the story of the two, and their battle to win, to reach the finishing line first. Today's generation are like the hare in the story, and the retired the tortoise. The wish to succeed, to reach the goal, to retire early, this…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Feb 22, 2012  
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The Average Retirement Age Is Out
For many years Baby Boomers went to work with their eyes on the number 65…the age when they could retire. Put your bifocals back on because the average retirement age is out or, at the very least, an ever-changing target. For whatever reason, 65 is no longer the age that…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Apr 16, 2013  
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Time Planning In Retirement
Putting a structure to your retirement days and weeks? I spent most of my long corporate life in a very structured environment and when you retire a lot of this structure goes away. Suddenly you find all the meetings, the days schedules, the trips, the acheivements are no longer there…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Apr 14, 2012  
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Financial Planning – A Sign Of the Times
Retirement are you ready for it, did you plan well enough, where you informed enough? Fifteen years ago, invited to a seminar for small business, I discovered a fact I was unwilling to face. The seminar covered financial planning for the future, and our standard of preparedness. Being in a…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Feb 26, 2012  
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Working Backwards From Retirement
Retirement is typically something that’s coming, that we’re working towards. But what if I told you that you should actually be working backwards from your retirement? What do I mean? 50 – 65 Age Group We actually begin to think we’re going to make it to retirement, although, many in…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Jun 04, 2013  
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The Biggest Retirement Planning Mistake?
The financial side of retirement planning Needless to say you will find so many choices to help you in the financial planning for retirement that I do not need to add anything here. However there simply does not seem to be enough emphasis on starting that planning now - when…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Apr 25, 2012  
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Do You Know What You Will Have And Where You Will Be When It's Time to Retire?
Not everyone takes retirement seriously. Do you know what you will have and where you will be when it is time to retire? Well, I have and it is scary to even think about it. You start thinking of the "what if's". What if I become disabled or who is…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Mar 02, 2012  
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Reaching Retirement Goals at Glenmoor
In 2008, US News & World Report did a study to find out what people look for most in retirement. At the height of the recession, the primary goals that people had in mind where financial ones: I want enough money to live easily, I want health insurance, and I…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Mar 24, 2015  
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Retirement Improves Family Life
Since our retirement, my husband and I have found that our home and family life has improved and we have grown so much closer to each other and to our children and grandchildren. Our biggest joy has been the second home we purchased at a lake along with a pontoon…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Nov 15, 2011  
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Four Reasons Why People Don't Save for Retirement
The need to save Today, people know more than ever that they need to save for retirement. For the first time, probably ever, we have the situation where people who retire do have to then take up employment of some sort to be able to live, yes live. For sure…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Apr 25, 2012  
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Retirement And Old Age Homes – Will You Live In One?
Old age homes, where you go to die? The adage that one retires to a home for the aged to see out the last days of one's life, has taken on a whole new meaning for me. You see, due to circumstances beyond our control we've been forced to place…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Mar 05, 2012  
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The Keys to an Active Glenmoor Retirement at World Golf Village
You work your entire life to reach the point of retirement: the point in your career where you realize you've met your goal, you've done what you had to do and you can finally sit back and reap the rewards. But if sitting back is all you have in mind,…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Mar 25, 2015  
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How to Connect With the Boomer Generation
If you're 25 years old or younger it's probable that you think everybody over 50 years young is really OLD. Maybe some of us really are old before our time but.... YOU need to know the truth. 75 is the new 50 in my book, that's what I believe and…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Jan 11, 2012  
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Why Stay Busy During Retirement?
Do you want to stay busy during retirement? Imagine the scene. You have just retired. You were a very busy executive, manager, shop floor worker, whatever, but as a result you were always on the go. You never had time for those "things" that you always wanted to do. If…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Apr 27, 2012  
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The Modern Marriage – What Chance Have You Got to Retire
How our life has changed compared to years past. The problems of earning enough, fast enough to insure that one day you may retire. Then hoping that the modern tendencies, do not eat out your savings causing you to out live those savings. So many young marriages fail after a…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Mar 07, 2012  
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Retirement, Forced Or Voluntary – is This the Answer to Unemployment?
Retirement creeps up on one far to fast, whither it be forced or voluntary. Reaching the age of 60 was a daunting thought when young, the idea of reaching that age seem so unrealistic. When younger, those of that age seemed beyond rescue, now, the brain screams, “I'm still young!”…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Feb 05, 2012  
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Two Important Things to Do In Retirement
Only two important things to do? Of course there are a million and one things that you can do during retirement. I picked out these two because I think they are very important. One is self obvious but is probably missed by many. The second is, I think, probably not…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Apr 27, 2012  
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Retirement Realities – Changes Needing Adjustment
The realities of retirement and the changes you make. At some stage of your life the retirement issue is going to affect you. What you can afford to do, depends on how well you have planned for this time period, or what your circumstances during employment has empowered you to…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Mar 09, 2012  
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Retirement – A Time Of Change And Economising
In the recent past there have been many books, articles, films and speakers, elaborating on the demise of the world, due to climatic changes. “Global warming” scream the head lines, announcing the release of a book or other upcoming event. Conferences, allowing Presidential candidates, Prime Minister's, and other political campaigners…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   Feb 22, 2012  
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How the Times Are A Changing – A Song, A Poem, I'm Not Sure
A comment I made this morning had me recalling the life of the past, when did a lie-in disappear, setting the alarm clock for half past seven to start work at nine? When did the traffic start flowing in the cities at five in the morning? Have I been asleep…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Retirement   May 10, 2012  
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