As life expectancy increases, so does the amount of time you’ll have in retirement. Today, retirees are living 20–25 years longer than those born at the beginning of the 20th century. That’s a lot of time without the familiar structure of work.
Most people don’t plan for this period of their life beyond perhaps anticipating the financial cost—and, as we know, many of us don’t even plan for that part!
There are many parts to the retirement puzzle, and each of these parts can have an even greater impact than money on how long and how happily we live in our later years.
Ask yourself these questions today:
- If you did not have a job to go to, what would you do?
- How much do you think you will miss your work after you retire?
- Are you and your partner happy in your relationship?
- In which areas of your life do you have friends, work, leisure?
- How satisfied are you with your retirement savings and investment plan?
- What hobbies and activities would you like to undertake in your retirement?
- How well are you—in mind, body and spirit?
- What do you do for relaxation?
- How will you satisfy your need for an active social life after retirement?
- Where do you find meaning in your life?
We assess an individual’s or couple’s readiness for retirement across:
- personal development.
Then we use these results to create a workable plan you can get excited about. But our support doesn’t stop there. We can guide you through the actions you need to take and give ongoing support as you move towards your goals.