Updated Tuesday, July 29, 2014 as of 8:47 AM ET
Avoiding Retirement Burnout: Monday's Retirement Scan
Our daily roundup of retirement news your clients may be thinking about.
How to avoid retirement burnout
Clients may experience burnout after they retire, as this stage of life may turn out to be lonely and monotonous for them, according to an article in US News & World Report. Retirees can avoid this if they keep on challenging themselves by experimenting and learning new things and being committed to keeping their social relationships as well as building new ones. They can also keep retirement burnout at bay by exploring new activity areas, doing charitable work, and having positive and carefree attitude towards life.  --Yahoo Finance   more »
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