I’m 26, and sometimes I find myself dreaming about retirement. It all sounds so nice. Doing whatever you want. Living wherever you want. The money, well it just rolls in. On paper it looks so nice; not having to work and the checks just rolling in. However, with Alzheimer’s on the rise and lifespans increasing, many are finding full-time employment after 65 to be quite enjoyable.
THE MAIN BENEFIT:
Working during your retirement years means you can let your retirement funds continue to grow! Without tapping into your retirement accounts, you are insuring yourself more money for when you do decide to retire.
The following article has a few graphs and stats that show how working past 65 can be something quite nice. I might just have to rethink my whole retirement age now.
Budget Smart, Invest Wise
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