Need to work after retirement?


A article notes that while many people plan to work after retirement, only a small percentage to. Between 60 and 80 percent say they will work but only about 18 percent actually do. The main reasons are age discrimination or health reasons. RETIRE_TO_AN_RV_prt_250 x157

If you will need more money, financial planners and life coaches offer advice to ease the transition. Plan ahead. If you’ll need new skills, you’ll have time to acquire them. Develop a hobby into something that makes money. Again, getting started before retirement is key. Another option is to stay in your old job longer and perhaps at reduced capacity; it’s easier than finding a new employer. And, lastly, be prepared to earn less money.

Retiring to an RV could be a good solution. Most jobs on the road are for less pay but you can also reduce your expenses plus control your expenses in several areas. Even volunteering will usually get you a free RV site and maybe free propane or other perks. Many Workamping jobs come with a site though you may need to work some hours in exchange for it.

You can find out more about the RV lifestyle and reducing your spending in Retire to an RV The Roadmap to Affordable Retirement. Jaimie Hall Bruzenak

September 7, 2013
Categories : RV retirement, Working//volunteering
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