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20 Great Retirement Travel Ideas: Make the Most Popular Retirement Pursuit Your Reality

According to surveys of NewRetirement users, travel after retirement is clearly the most popular and desired pursuit for this phase of life. From day trips by car to round the world journeys, retirees have wanderlust! And with the pandemic waning in the United States, and hopefully a way forward for the rest of the world,…

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How to Save More Money for Retirement: 23 Smart and Easy Ways to Boost Savings Big!

You’ve probably heard a lot of advice about how to save more money for retirement. Everyone tells you that you really need to do it. And if you’re like a lot of people, you probably think that it’s a great idea — you are just not exactly sure where to find the cash.Learn how to…

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17 Powerful Tips for Retiring Alone (Or, If You Become a Solo Senior or Elder Orphan During Retirement)

Sometimes it feels like the world is designed for couples. People throw dinner parties for couples. Most forms ask about your spouse. And, let’s face it, retirement, and aging — an era when you’ll sometimes need a helping hand — can feel kind of scary on your own. Whether by circumstances or choice, the U.S.…

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Empty Nest? Why It’s a Great Time to Fill Up Your Retirement Nest Egg!

As you prepare for children to fly the coop, it is worthwhile to consider what type of empty nest parent you might be. Are you: Super proud that they are setting out on their own? Still supporting them financially? Relieved and happy to have more time on your own? Sad and lonely that your children…

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Health Insurance for 55 and Older: Real Life Questions and Answers for Health Insurance Before Medicare Eligibility

Many people want to retire before they are eligible for Medicare at age 65.  However, figuring out health insurance — and how to afford that coverage — is very difficult.  Health insurance for 55 and older can be very expensive, depending on your circumstances!  And, let’s face facts, health factors are more prevalent and unpredictable…

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