Date Published: 22/11/2019 09:29
So, you’ve decided when you’re going to retire. You know what you need to do in your final days of work. You might even have some long-term goals that you want to achieve during the years ahead. But what about those first few days and weeks?
Even though you have been preparing to retire for years, the reality of one day finishing work for good can be a huge shock to some. The quick transition to retirement can overshadow what should be a happy period of your life if not managed successfully. So, here are Future Life’s top tips for the first thirty days of your retirement:
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