Planning for your retirement means more than just finances. It’s also, “what are you going to do with your life?” Trips, grandkids and sleeping in only go so far.
More and more Baby Boomers in retirement are feeling like they’re failing, unhappy, and unfulfilled. With decades of healthy and active life ahead, many are finding new ways of retiring such as all kinds of employment, entrepreneurialism and a myriad of other options.
Robert Laura shares the critical questions and considerations needed to make this phase of life a success. He is a Retirement Activist who is committed to changing the way people think about and prepare for every aspect of retirement. His nationally syndicated columns at Forbes.com and Financial Advisor magazine reflect his groundbreaking efforts to challenge the status quo of traditional retirement planning.