Retirement is an exciting time. After years of shaping your day-to-day life around a job, retirement can provide the welcome
According to The Wall Street Journal, 35% of 50-54 year olds were single in 2011, compared with 29% in 2000. With more baby boomers entering their golden years on their own, retirement planning becomes even more important and challenging.
It’s a place I frequented as a child and as a teenager to check out and read entire collections of books, and where I found new music when I couldn’t afford to purchase a zillion CDs. The library.
If you are anything like most retirees or soon-to-be ones, you have probably taken a financial hit over the past two years. What was once the comfortable retirement lifestyle you had always imagined might be looking very different in this harsh economic climate. To make matters worse, prices are going up and your income is undoubtedly fixed. You might be asking yourself what you could possibly do without having to go back to work full-time. There are actually some great part-time positions perfect for the formerly retired.