Gone are the days of the typical retirement. Today’s retirees are embracing the “third age” as a time for self-care, risk-taking, adventure, continued learning and impact. There are many unconventional retirement stories to tell, and getting ready for retirement goes beyond finances.
5 ways to think about retirement planning…and money isn’t one of them
During the 2020s, some 5 million Canadians will turn 65. The Baby Boomer generation has quickened the pace of retirements. RTOERO wants people to have their best life in retirement. But what defines a meaningful retirement? The white paper unpacks:
- out-of-date perceptions of the typical retirement
- non-financial aspects of readiness
- why keeping busy isn’t enough for a meaningful retirement