There is, in fact, no word in Japanese that means retire in the sense of “leaving the workforce for good” as in English. This is one of the fascinating differences between our cultures that bears some investigating. That’s the purpose of the book that Hector García, and Francesc Miralles wrote called Ikigai: The Japanese Secret … Continue reading There is No Japanese Word for Retirement
Image via Pixabay (This is a guest post by Carla Lopez of Boomerbiz.org) There are many reasons people go back to work after retiring. Whether you miss the interaction of a workplace, want to keep your mind and skills sharp, or simply could use the added income, there are ways to go about starting a … Continue reading The Best Advice for Starting a Post-Retirement Business
FIRE is the acronym for “Financial Independence, Retire Early.” If 50 is the new 30, FIRE practitioners want to make 35 the new 65. Most of us think of retirement age as somewhere between 62 (Social Security eligibility) and 70 (mandatory retirement age for some professions, and the age when Social Security payments max out.) … Continue reading FIRE: Could You Retire Early?