Retirement Coach Reveals Senior Travel Tips in Order to Retire and Travel the World
Retirement coach, Ann Nelson reveals senior travel tips to show people how easy it can be to retire and travel the world.
No matter what your health looks like, you can guarantee that there’s a perfect holiday destination for you somewhere in the world; you just need to do the research first.
For many Baby Boomers, travelling took a back seat to raising a family and work commitments. It’s only now that the space for travelling is being created, as this generation moves closer to retirement, and seniors nearing the end of their careers are now planning to retire and travel the world.
According to retirement coach Ann Nelson, travelling is fast becoming one of the most popular activities for Australian retirees to do. But sometimes, due to short term or only basic financial planning, retirees’ travel plans end up limited or short lived. www.annnelson.com.au
“Travelling is achievable for everyone, as long as people have a financial plan and take health precautions. I always offer two really important senior travel tips to clients aiming to travel through retirement. Firstly, people should consider what kind of lifestyle they would like in retirement, and then take the steps to ensure that money is available to maintain that lifestyle,” says Ann.
“The second thing to consider is your health condition, and risks that present because of that. Do you need special accessibility? Or would extreme travel affect your wellbeing? No matter what your health looks like, you can guarantee that there’s a perfect holiday destination for you somewhere in the world; you just need to do the research first. There are even companies that organise travel groups for people living with a disability, or lone retired travellers.” www.annnelson.com.au
For those looking to retire earlier than the recommended age, the retirement coach recommends having a simple strategy in place: “to save more than you spend”. “The earlier you want to retire, the more you need to save. A guide is to put away at least 15 per cent of your income,” says Ann. “In some countries, it’s compulsory for an employer to put a portion of wages into a retirement plan for employees. In Australia, compulsory superannuation for retirement is currently 9.5 per cent of gross wages, but I always suggest people save at least 5.5 per cent on top of that if they can afford it.”
About Ann Nelson
When it comes to receiving the best advice and support for one of the most important times in life, it takes a dedicated and highly focused person who understands the needs of today’s retiree. Ann Nelson is an author, experienced entrepreneur, seasoned self-directed investor and a highly sought-after retirement consultant. For more than 30 years, Ann has worked diligently to build her own personal financial security.
Ann’s book, ‘Retire Well, Retire Happy’ is a practical expression of her independent spirit and financial savvy. She is committed to helping others establish lifelong financial security, establish retirement relocation registers and promote education and choices through careful planning, persistence and patience.
Ann has become a leading ‘retirement warrior’ helping other hapless people to understand the need for decent retirement planning. Her focus is on financial planning and creating a happy, healthy life leading to retirement.
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