Today’s retirees may retire from work, but they’re still committed to an active lifestyle and staying involved in their communities. How can you prepare for this “new retirement”?
For starters, consider what’s involved. The 2020 Edward Jones/Age Wave Four Pillars of the New Retirement study has identified four key “pillars” of retirement: Health, Family, Purpose and Finances.
So, if you’re getting close to retirement, how can you best use these pillars to support a fulfilling, meaningful way of life? You’ll want to take a “holistic” approach by asking yourself some key questions: What do you want to be able to do with your time and money? Are you building the resources necessary to enjoy the lifestyle you’ve envisioned? Are you prepared for the increasing costs of health care as you age?
Give us a call to schedule an appointment to learn more about these Four Pillars and how we can help set you on the path toward the type of retirement that’s not really a retirement at all – but rather a new, invigorating chapter of your life."