Retirement is an exciting time for many people. It’s a chance to get away from work and relax. It’s a chance to do the things in life that you’ve always wanted to do. Just make sure that you’re doing them in the right home for you. Choosing a retirement home is tough, which is why so many people end up hiring a contractor to build a custom one for them. Even if you don’t want a custom retirement home, it’s a good idea to hire a contractor to help you remodel the home that you decide on to help it fit your needs and wants more specifically. Below are some guidelines to help you get the most out of a retirement home and to get a house that you can be proud of. Continue reading “How to Plan the Perfect Retirement Home”
This is a guest post by Dave Peters.
When you’re looking into retirement options, there are a number of factors to take into consideration. At this time in your life, you’ve earned a peaceful and easy living situation so that you can make the most of the people and pursuits that you love. Continue reading “Assessing Your Needs When It Comes To Senior Housing Options”
Traditional views on how you should live during your retirement are changing around the world. Even in India where the normal practice is that parents should live with their grown-up children, some like KS Shekar are following a different path. Continue reading “New Thinking On Retirement Planning”
This is a guest post by Lauren Hill.
When it comes to deciding where you want to live when you retire there will be many factors that will influence your decision. You may want to be close to family members or friends, or you may be seeking a specific climate. Health concerns and access to healthcare amenities may also be a consideration. Although there may be factors that narrow down your choices, there are many benefits to living in a retirement community that offer a broad range of lifestyle choices that you can tailor to your needs. Here are some reasons why a retirement community may be a good option for you: Continue reading “Four Reasons Why A Retirement Community May Be Right For You”
This is a guest post by William Masters.
In life, some things are inevitable. And so everybody blessed with the gift of old age will eventually have to face the consequences that come with it. At the same time, this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do everything in your power to prepare yourself for the future so as to make the inevitable more agreeable. Continue reading “Tips On How To Prepare For Age And Illness Financially”
This is a guest post by Pete Thompson.
Retirement provides the perfect opportunity to finally let loose and be that little bit more self-indulgent than we could previously afford to be during our working life. Without the responsibility of rising early every morning to get to work five days a week, or making sure the kids are well behaved on the way to school, many people take the time to explore new leisure activities. Continue reading “Retirement is recreation time”
This is a guest post by Kimberly James.
Choosing an assisted living facility is one of the most important decisions you can make for yourself or a loved one. An assisted living facility can help you with day-to-day tasks that you are no longer able to perform for yourself, and can provide a safe, secure place to live. Continue reading “Will Your Assisted Living Facility Give You Quality of Life”
This is a guest post by Mary Schoenenberg.
If you are in your 30s then it is the ideal time for you to start making regular contributions to your retirement fund and savings, and experts say that these contributions should ideally be around 20% of your monthly income if not more. That might sound like a lot, especially considering how far off retirement might be for you – but time is of the essence. This is just one piece of sage advice you will get if you decide to subscribe to the Retirement Weekly email newsletter from MarketWatch. Continue reading “Planning a Successful Retirement – Weekly Review of Your Savings Plans”