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1. Dealing with a reverse mortgage in retirement
(Content/Retirement Planning)
... reverse mortgage can become the best solution they have. After many years of paying down your home mortgage , you are likely to build up a quite sizable amount of equity. The more equity a retiree has, ...
... reading, becoming socially engaged and even playing some stimulating games. Every retiree will end up in the nursing home. This isn't true either mainly because people tend to become more and more independent ...
Home equity can be used in order to enhance your retirement planning income. Here are the main specific ways that will help you enter retirement with substantial income that complements your other retirement ...
... means of guaranteeing that this will happen is to make use of the current value of your home in order to provide yourself with extra and ample retirement income. You can do this by mortgaging your home ...
... new roles at your home because you will be spending more time here. For instance, the basic dynamics of your relationship with your family will be changed. You will need time in order to get used to the ...
... by taking a part-time job. You might also try and get extra money from your home. You might try and convert the home equity into a tax-free income for your retirement. You can do this by taking the so-called ...
7. Invest in a retirement home
(Content/Retirement Homes)
Purchasing a retirement home may be regarded as a wise investment decision. Instead of investing in an unreliable market, people are choosing to invest in future real estate needs. Purchasing a retirement ...
... every emergency that may come up. Make sure that you have provided yourself with an adequate insurance in order to cover your health, life, auto insurance and homeowners' policies. Your insurance must ...
9. The most common jobs after retirement
(Content/Retirement Planning)
... to go back to work because they are truly bored at staying on their homes. These retirees are too sociable to stay alone and they are truly fond of trying to mingle with other persons. A retirement job ...
10. Where to Retire: Uruguay
(Content/Where to Retire)
... A luxury home in the coastal enclave of Punta del Este will set you back a considerable amount (think US$150,000 and up) and property in Montevideo also tends to be pricey. You can get a nice apartment ...
11. Where to Retire: Belize
(Content/Where to Retire)
... ailments, more serious problems are probably best dealt with at home (or in Mexico, which offers high quality, yet cheap, hospitals).  You can take out insurance in the US before coming to Belize, but ...
12. Where to Retire: Thailand
(Content/Where to Retire)
... amount of land. Also, many Thai's don't like to purchase a "used" home - so don't bank on making big bucks off your investment. Renting is a better option for many people. Rents are cheap - even in the ...
13. Where to Retire: Mexico
(Content/Where to Retire)
... to rent property. You can offset your costs in Mexico by renting out your place back home. But if you want to live in Mexico permanently, you should probably look at buying property. Of course, you need ...
14. Where to Retire: Panama
(Content/Where to Retire)
... a picturesque place in which to spend retirement,  and numerous US retiree-focused developments have sprung up there. Pearl Islands: Unspoilt and beautiful, these islands were home to two series of the ...
15. What to do after Retirement?
(Content/Retirement Planning)
... a lot of users more comfortable with opening their home. With a little planning your retirement can be whatever you want it to be. Think of this transition as the beginning of a new chapter and you will ...
16. Where to Retire: Brazil
(Content/Where to Retire)
... fees. If for some reason you rent your property out at any stage, you will need to pay taxes on the earnings. And if you sell your Brazilian home, you'll have to pay tax on any capital gains. The tax rate ...
... - all of a sudden he is home all the time, making a mess, yet not cleaning up after himself. In Japan there's even a slang term for this - the cockroach husband. Retirement goals are another potential ...
... to occupying the spotlight and receiving praise and respect from others. For many men, especially, it's important to be seen as the breadwinner in the home. The loss of this role may bring feelings of ...
19. Should I Retire Overseas?
(Content/Where to Retire)
... countries where the cost of living is much cheaper. Be aware that the health care in these countries may not be comparable to what you're used to receiving at home and make sure you can live with that. ...
... and overwhelming task. Understandably the majority of seniors would like to stay in their own home for as long as possible, however this can be hard to manage in the event of being struck by a debilitating ...
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