Here’s how you should think about working after you retire in the third installment of our 12-part series.
-- of retirement like this. Or this. Others are looking for something else whether it's employment. Where I would get paid or. Well maybe it I would go to hospital induced violence here where. Or maybe senior citizens. Can happen there. Advise say you have to plan ahead to insure your time in my retirement is fulfilling. Take them to a goal of setting exercise they need to be asked them to think about what does life look science Blake for you in five years. What is it looked like see -- in tiny size and then help them think through. What it is that they wanna do once they do retire. So take advantage of the increase free time to start something new. IA also and just tried to start a business. In the neighborhood here. On an English. Teaching business. She's part of a growing trend. A 2012 survey from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation found. 90% of companies were started by people between the ages of 55 and 64. That's up more than 50% from 1996. Well you may file your business streams later in life don't rely on them to support. When we first start planning for Carol we assume that there's going to be no retirement because a lot of people say that they're going to work and retirement but can't either physically they can't or they're not employable or their skills have have lagged. So we always plan as if it won't exist and it becomes gravy if it does. Of course the work is about more than money. Some choose to leave the workforce completely behind they eliminate the stress of the office but to miss the camaraderie. Much more relaxed. I feel better and I don't have the pressure's. All on Monday at this point but I but I I -- the relationships. But don't be so quick to give up your job once you retire as one advisor told us going from working 405060. Hours a week to Oprah and shuffle board it just isn't good for you. Lauren young writers.