Tips for “go-go” travel

When a client “graduates” from the Fit-to-Retire program, he or she exits our advisor’s office with a 100-Day playbook in hand, instead of a diploma. The playbook recommends a number of personalized activities for the first one hundred days of retirement, or what we call the early Go-Go phase. Among the suggested to-do’s is usually some form of travel – for recreational purposes or to explore new places to live. Just like retirement, a successful journey requires planning. But, not so much planning that you miss out on spontaneous adventures because your itinerary is jam-packed. Here’s a nice, simple how-to that will help you organize your retirement travel and make your journeys bump-free and full of only the nicest surprises.

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