The LEARNING library

The Second Chapter

Recent Gallup studies found that the average retirement age is 62. However, when working Americans are asked, they expect to retire at age 66. Recently, personal finance guru Suze Orman has been quoted as saying, “Yes, you heard me right: 70 is the new retirement age – not a month or year before.”
An extra five to seven years of working and delaying Social Security could really make the second chapter in life a lot sweeter! In fact, you could call it a Re-WIREMENT! We want to encourage you to think about the possibilities.
Join us today to dream about the future and what you could do create more flexibility and freedom in your “re-wirement” years.