Genealogy is a favourite hobby for many people and, in particular, retirees. Peter Calver, the founder of the Lost Cousins website, says that many subscribers to his genealogical newsletter are approaching retirement or have retired.
With increased longevity, an active lifestyle, and a ‘new’ view on retirement, many mature people look to engage in different ventures, nevertheless, starting a business can be challenging.
Serious intent is important when you think about retirement finances, but it also takes serious action to get things done. Here are five questions that could help you get into action mode.
It’s important to think about your retirement and your plans, but it’s also important to reflect on the most important element of your retirement—you!
The question seems like a no-brainer, with ‘very’ as the obvious answer. ‘Home ownership provides retirees with big benefits,’ says the Grattin Institute , ‘they have somewhere to live without paying rent, and they are insulated from rising housing costs.’
Know yourself’ (‘know thyself’, if you prefer) is an ancient Greek saying that rings true for those approaching retirement. Knowing yourself is important as you plan your retirement because it’s your retirement.
Kombucha is one of the newest health crazes to hit the media. As dietitians, we often get asked if it’s a healthy choice or just another food fad. Read on to see what the science says and decide for yourself. What is it? Kombucha is a fermented tea drink that has become popular as part […]