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Retirement: a rest, or a challenge?

The life of a retiree is supposed to be a reward after years of work. Pensions should be in accordance with the person's effort in the last decades and enough for a happy life - all bills covered, a dignified property where to live, and spare for entertainment and personal development. In some cases, this happens, and retirees can enjoy the rest of their lives without economical concerns and exploring the new possibilities of the development of technology and medicine. However, in some scenarios, this isn't what happens.

Unlike work, retirement provides a steady monthly income that cannot be increased or adapted to a person's needs or interests, and not in all cases it is enough for what they want to do. Some retirees struggle in debt or feel frustrated because what they get isn't what they wish they got. Also, some external circumstances can challenge a retiree's financial balance, and today we might just be witnessing one of these challenges knocking at our door. Read More...