Welcome to Creating a fulfilling Carolina retirement!
Why these steps are important and what you can learn from following these steps to create a fulfilling Carolina retirement.
So let’s get started.
Setting Aside Some Time For Thought!
Most people start thinking about retirement in their early 50′s. Some People start earlier than that. Some people wait until the day they’re leaving a job they’ve had for the past 30 years.
It doesn’t matter at what point you are, the first thing you must understand, is that you need to set aside some time for thought!
Whether you worked at raising a family or went out to work at a job each day, working has provided you with certain rewards throughout the years.
A sense of accomplishment, belonging, social interaction and structure. And for most of us, a paycheck and most likely healthcare coverage.
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How will your life change once you’re retired? How will you choose to replace what once was how you defined yourself and your life? What is it you will need in creating a successful Carolina retirement?
There are critical questions you must ask yourself to create a fulfilling Carolina retirement. And you will need to understand them before you make decisions about the rest of your life.
Let’s say you are starting from scratch. The very first thing you need to ask yourself is “What are my reasons for retiring?”
To help you get started here are a few ideas that might fit…
- To pursue other dreams and interests
- Financial incentives
- Have enough money
- Spouse is retired
- Kids have grown and moved away
- Poor health
- Family Health
- Don’t like work
- Mandatory retirement
- Want to move to North Carolina or South Carolina
Well, there you have it.
This is the first Step in creating a fulfilling Carolina retirement.
What are your reasons for retiring?
Your next Step is to go to…..Looking into your past!
Robert Bencivenga is a professional site locator and location analyst for major corporations. Robert researches the growth of NC and SC to find the Best Places to Retire or Relocate that are still affordable.
Robert Does Not Sell Real Estate!
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