One way to make more money and set yourself up for a pleasant retirement is to work for yourself. Having your own business is an excellent way to have more control over your life, schedule, and career.
Your retirement years are your golden years. You should be free to enjoy them in comfort and (dare we say it) just a little luxury. The autumn of your life should be the time at which you divest yourself of all the stress and anxiety that plagued you throughout your working life. A time when you focus on what really matters like your family and your spouse. It should be about looking after yourself in mind and body, enjoying regular gentle exercise and keeping your mind active. It should be about seeing the world, and enjoying new experiences. It’s a time for appreciating fine foods and wine. It’s about experimenting with new hobbies and creative pursuits. It’s about using the new abundance of time you have to do things that bring you happiness and contentment. Continue reading “Struggling To Get By In Retirement? Leveraging Your Assets For Liquidity”
In times of uncertainty we all need to think about investments and savings. it is important to make our future as secure as possible.
When it comes to ways of making money, it’s always a good idea to look at what resources you might have available at your disposal, especially if others don’t have them. Your car is a prime example. Rideshare apps such as Uber and Lyft have exploded in popularity over the last decade and they have attracted a lot of drivers, but how do you make sure you’re earning as efficiently as possible when using them?
This is going to be a very difficult time for a lot of people. Many people will be unable to work. The coronavirus/corvid 19 means that a lot of people have to find work that they can do from home. people with certain pre existing medical conditions such as COPD, cystic fibrosis or heart problems have been told to self isolate maybe for months and to avoid social contact. If you are in this situation you will still need to pay your bills.