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August 10th, 2017 Insurance
So here’s a question: you’re in your 50′s or 60′s, retired (or about to be), and looking around wondering “what’s next?
For some folks it’s travel, for others it’s gardening or bucket lists.
For some, though, it’s time for a second (or third, or whatever) career. But how to find “just the right one?”
Well, there’s a cool new answer:
Welcome to Retirepreneur, a collaborative community for executives in their 50s and 60s, striving for a smooth segue from full-time job to part-time consulting.”
Check it out.
[Hat Tip: FoIB Mark G]

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