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Is It Forced Retirement Or Really Being Fired? - By Susan Williams I read a rather disturbing article in Forbes today. It was a post on how a Think Tank is projecting that 4 million people will be forced into retirement as a result of COVID-19. It went further on to explain that for these older workers, their job opportunities will also be diminished […]
Becoming A Transcender Retirement Rebel - By Mike Drak When it comes to retirement rebels, I am discovering there are many different types. Self transcenders look for a cause, a need, a problem to be solved, something that they are passionate about which becomes their mission and devote their efforts to that.
Shifting Your Retirement Plans In A Pandemic - By Mike Drak I just learned that my annual fly fishing trip to the George in northeastern Quebec will not happen and I’m not very happy about that. The George River is the place where I recovered from “Sudden Retirement Syndrome” and it has become my go to place for recharging, practicing my spirituality, and […]
An Option To Help You To Downsize In Place - By Art Barry Thinking about downsizing after the children have left home? There are lots of alternatives. We did quite a bit of research and considered what it would take to move out of our home after thirty plus years. After some discussion, may wife and I decided to put off a move for at least […]
The Need To Reinvent Retirement During A Pandemic - By Richard Haiduck Reopening retirement is turning out to be a moving target. Maybe we need to think about it again. We’ve got a lot we want to do, but our time keeps getting shorter. So we have an urgency to have our plan in place to reopen our retirement as soon as it is safe to do so.
Could You Use A Financial Planner? - By Mike Drak My wife (who I fondly call The Contessa) is an investment advisor at a major Canadian bank and was forced to work from home during the pandemic. As a result, I got a chance to see her in action dealing with her clients. One thing I noticed was that early on when […]