Socially speaking, is there life after retirement?

Wondering why Fit-to-Retire advisors pay so much attention to their clients’ social lives? Research has shown that staying socially engaged in retirement tends to fend off Alzheimer’s disease (and other types of cognitive decline) and depression. In fact, lack of social interaction – or the fear thereof – is a big reason people postpone retirement, even though they are financially prepared. Here’s a nice piece from Everyday Health on how to remain socially active after you say goodbye at the office.  Our licensed advisors use these and other constructive ideas – from our Contributing Authors and our exclusive Resource Library – to craft a client’s 100-Day Playbook, ensuring a smooth transition to a vital, active “life after work.”

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