Worst Retirement Mistakes to Avoid

Category: General Retirement Issues

We’ve posted a new article in our Tips and Picks section on the “Worst mistakes you can make in retirement”. Our hope is that you can examine them vs. your own situation and at least avoid the most serious of them.

Post your worst retirement mistakes here. And better yet, use the comments section below to share your best retirement planning success tips!

Posted by Admin on March 8th, 2010
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Rustom Smith says

When we are looking for the most deserving retirement community where my mother in law will stay, yes, we have lot of factors to consider in choosing. Things like, if the place has records of any complains, the civil litigation and its health and fire regulations, plus the other things that concerns us. This article is very useful to those who are considering and looking for the perfect senior home for the elderly- someone close to their hearts.
Thank you for this article! Cheers!
Rust

March 19th, 2010 | #

Cruise says

Things like, if the place has records of any complains, the civil litigation and its health and fire regulations, plus the other things that concerns us.

March 30th, 2010 | #

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April 6th, 2010 | #

Charlotte Maine says

I agree that one of the mistakes a couple or one could commit in their/his retirement living is having no interests outside work. My husband and I, for one, engages ourselves with golf, the new sports we play. Our retirement will be seven years from now so starting this moment forward, were looking to recreational activities particularly sports.

April 18th, 2010 | #

African Safari Vacation says

Luckily, the correction for all 10 mistakes is the same: Have a plan. You’ve got to carefully consider just what your retirement needs will be in order to make sure you don’t run out of money. You don’t want to become destitute in your 80s, while you still have some good years of life ahead of you. A good plan will help you avoid this fate.

May 10th, 2010 | #

Things to do says

My husband and I, for one, engages ourselves with golf, the new sports we play. Our retirement will be seven years from now so starting this moment forward, were looking to recreational activities particularly sports.

June 1st, 2010 | #

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