Building a bridge from work to post-work

This article is authored by Jon Glass, Retirement Coach and Director of 64Plus, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Retirement is a transition in life, and one of the major ones at that.  Reading some research from Harvard University, I found this useful concept: the identity bridge.  What is this bridge? It is about finding … Continue reading Building a bridge from work to post-work

Think retirement is smooth sailing? A look at its potential effects on the brain

This article is authored by Cella Wright and is originally published on Ideas.Ted. Ah, retirement. It’s the never-ending weekend, that well-deserved oasis of freedom and rest we reach after decades of hard work. As long as we have good health and sufficient savings, we’ll be OK, right? Not quite. Some studies have linked retirement to poorer health and … Continue reading Think retirement is smooth sailing? A look at its potential effects on the brain

Are you on your way to being financially prepared for retirement?

This article is submitted to us by Peter McKnoulty, Director of Transition Planning Australia, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. Here are eight questions to ask yourself, to discern whether you are on your way to being financially prepared for retirement. It’s important to seek Financial Advice, and here are some of the … Continue reading Are you on your way to being financially prepared for retirement?

The simple three-question quiz that stumped more than nine in 10 older Australians

This article is authored by Frank Chung and is originally published by news.com.au. Are you smarter than a Baby Boomer? Just seven per cent of older Australians were able to correctly answer three “simple questions” in a study researchers say has exposed “dangerous levels” of financial illiteracy. Worryingly, one third of respondents got all three … Continue reading The simple three-question quiz that stumped more than nine in 10 older Australians

Are older workers being edged out of job opportunities?

This article is originally published by HRD. Age discrimination is the main reason nearly a quarter of workers in the UK find it difficult to land a new job, a new study showed. Job search engine Jobrapido interviewed 2,027 Britons to ask what they believed prevented them from getting the job that they wanted. As … Continue reading Are older workers being edged out of job opportunities?