Dreaming of Retirement


Planning Your Retirement

According to the National Academy of Social Insurance, the full Social Security benefit age for people born in 1943 to 1954 is 66.  However, it becomes age 67 for those born 1960 and later.  Seniors planning for retirement or considering an early retirement may be interested in reading more about Social Security Retirement Ages.


The Joys of Retirement

Perhaps you envision a hammock.  On a beach.  With a tropical drink boasting a tiny pink umbrella in your hand.  And a breeze keeping your body temperature just right on a hot, sunny day. Just imagine that day, when you are retired and can reflect back on your life, your career, your family.  What a sense of satisfaction you’ll feel after all you accomplished.  Now you can enjoy your Senior years doing the things you want to do, instead of what you have to do.

The reality is, though, retirement requires some advance planning.  You should decide when you want to retire and make a list of what you need to do to make that goal happen.  Although some Seniors may desire to retire from a long-term career earlier than later, it may not always be a possibility to do so for various reasons, such as financial obligations or insurance-related needs.

Here’s an interesting article regarding retirement.  See if this helps you with your retirement planning.

Whether your motivation to retire is to sleep late, watch more TV, spend time with your grandchildren, or travel, we want to know about it. Visit us on The Official Facebook Page of United American Insurance Company and share with UA’s community about what you are most excited for in retirement.

About Brynn Caccamo

Brynn Caccamo writes for Globe Life Family of Companies.

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