Act III: Retirement
It's never too early to start planning for retirement. And I don't just mean 401(k) and IRA and ATOFA (All Those Other Financial Acronyms). According to Howard Stone of 2Young2Retire.com, "rehirement" is all the rage. If you slap on the gold watch at 65, that still leaves a lot of time for living "“ and spending. Stone lists a few career opportunities for people over 60. This list includes:
"¢ Life coach
"¢ Cruise ship lecturer
Even if this all seems like a lifetime away, I'm interested in hearing your plans for retirement/rehirement. Either real plans, like giving speeches on cruise ships, or your dream scenario.
[Demotivational poster courtesy of Despair, Inc.]