Life in Retirement

Imagining Life in Retirement: 3 Simple Questions to Ask Yourself First

Retirement may be a dream you've been working towards your entire career. Your last day of work might be an exciting occasion where you will now be able to see how all your hard work and savings comes to fruition moving forward in this next phase of life. For others, retirement does not necessarily conjure the same images of leisure, travel and relaxation after a long career. Many people feel anxiety around transitioning into retirement: They might not have enough saved, don't have a plan, or simply are unsure of what life will bring when they aren't working. 

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Not Your Grandparent's Retirement: How Saving for the Future Has Changed

Alex Assaley, AIF®

Alex Assaley, AIF®

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Up until recently, "retirement" used to mean essentially the same thing for most people: You (or your spouse) would get a job, which would provide you with a pension plan, you would work there for 40-plus years and then retire at age 65 to a sunny location like Florida. Depending on wealth accumulation throughout your career, maybe you could afford to take a lot of vacations or enjoy new hobbies, or maybe you were happy to finally have this time to relax after putting in your time as a loyal employee. Either way, chances are good that you were set up well.

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