10 Ways to Have a Happy Retirement with Richard Eisenberg

Some people have a much better retirement experience than others. What makes the difference? Having a plan and figuring out what you want out of retirement in advance so that you have laid the groundwork for a retirement experience that works for you and your family. In this month’s program, Richard Eisenberg outlines the ten ways that you can achieve a happy retirement. He will be covering:

  • How to figure out in advance what you want out of retirement.
  • If you have a husband, wife or partner, talk frankly together about what you both want out of retirement.
  • Plan your transition into retirement.
  • Come up with a retirement income plan.
  • Choose when to retire and then follow through (if you can).
  • Stay engaged and healthy (if you can).
  • Get a part-time job in retirement.
  • Learn new things or pursue your passions.
  • Keep a schedule, but not like the one you had before you retired.
  • See your children and grandchildren, if you have any.

About Richard Eisenberg

Richard Eisenberg is Managing Editor of PBS’ Nextavenue.org, a site for people in their 50s and 60s. He is also the editor of the site’s Money and Work & Purpose channels and a frequent blogger there. Previously, he was Executive Editor of Money Magazine and Front Page Finance Editor for Yahoo! He is the author of two books: How to Avoid a Mid-Life Financial Crisis and The Money Book of Personal Finance.

You can listen to the replay at https://InstantTeleseminar.com/Events/112495161

You can download the list of resources Richard mentioned on the call here:

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Sarah Powers - February 11, 2019

As always, this talk was very informative, and the resources helpful–thank you, Richard. I’ve subscribed to these monthly calls since they started, and tell my friends they should subscribe as well–Dori is the best!.

    Dorian Mintzer - February 12, 2019

    Thanks so much, Sarah! Appreciate the praise!

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