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Old August 8th, 2012, 02:49 PM
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Default Retirement--staggered or simultaneous?

H will be retiring from his full-time job which he has held for over 4 decades in the near future. His pension will be enough for us to live comfortably on and also provide health insurance for the rest of our lives, with us paying a portion toward the premium. I work part-time and am weighing the pros & cons of "retiring" with him. My "job" is working at a non-profit that I started which I enjoy--most of the time. I am leaning toward continuing to run it, so we will see how things play out. Don't enjoy having to chase grants, but that is mostly how our non-profit is run, like most non-profits.

Do any of you wish to share about whether you & your partner retired together or at different times, how well/poorly that worked for you? Some of H's friends tried retiring & ended up not liking it much, so they went back to different jobs--some now teach at the local U or other schools while one was hired at several different sequential jobs and others dabble at a lot of things they didn't previously have time for.
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Old August 8th, 2012, 04:20 PM
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My DH is 10 yrs older, although he looks & acts younger than 65. So he retired about 3.5 yrs ago. I still work, for financial as well as insurance coverage. I wish I could retire now so that we could travel more, but am happy with the way it is.

Our arrangement works for us, he does most of the housework while I am at work. He has been called back out of retirement once for a few weeks- I admit I enjoyed that as we work for the same company & I had a chauffer for those few weeks. He wishes I could retire sooner, so we could hop in the RV & not worry when we had to be home. But as I said the arrangement works out pretty good the way it is. I get about 5 weeks vacation ea year, we use that to travel.
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Old August 8th, 2012, 05:59 PM
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We retired at the same time (last year) and fortunate to be able to retire aged 57. It's worked fine for us and we are always busy, caring for our grandson and undertaking community voluntary work. The main bonus is that we can travel whenever we want, for however long and thankfully we can afford it. So we will do the long haul trips whilst our health is good and enjoy life and the opportunities we are blessed to have.
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Old August 9th, 2012, 01:55 PM
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I guess I'll just see how well and long this goes for me at my non-profit. H will retire when he wants & I'll see. At least we COULD have both of us decide to retire and my job has a ton of flexibility. I also love most of what I do. Hmmm. Good to read the options & different view of folks.
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Old August 13th, 2012, 04:13 AM
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I retired last year (mandatory from my employment). My husband will be working another 3-7 years. He is making good money to put away (did I also mention 3 college kids?). Since he doesn't adore cruising, I am getting in a lot of solo travel right now.

It works for us, but would not work for everyone.
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It's nice to hear that many can and do retire early. My DS (25) says that we have it backwards. We should only start to work when we've done everything we want to do... :roll eyes: I will try to work as long as I can. In the next 8-9 years I will try to find a less stressful and more flexible position. DH is self employed and has partnered with our younger DS so he too plans to work as long as he can. I always say if I work I don't have time to do everything and if I don't I won't have the $ to do anything. No kids in college anymore, no mortgage, but I guess we have a comfortable lifestyle and like to help our kids as needed.
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Neither H nor I have a job kids want to join. The closest we have is that S works for the fed govt, as H did. D wants to blaze her own trail in LA & I'm excited for her. We want to support her as much as she needs and we are able.

I always think it's neat when parents have a job/business that the kids want to and can join/further. It would be cool if things worked out for us in that manner, but so far it hasn't.

My mom just had an auto accident where the airbag deployed & fractured her sternum and two ribs! Helped remind us that we need to live each day to the fullest as the time when we need to care for them may be sooner than we think (or would like). She's recovering well, but it was a scare seeing her in the ER all hooked up to monitors.
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Several months ago I was trolling the cruise line's sites and discovered a really neat cruise that I thought might be good for us. 28 days to Hawaii and French Polynesia. We both have the time, although our work places would not be really happy having us gone that long. The more we looked at the cruise, the bigger the light bulb that indicated we should both pull the plug at the same time. We are both mid-60s and are working full-time.

So, we made the decision. January 10 is the day and then the cruise starts February 1. What will we do when we return? That is a big question for our co-workers. They don't believe that either or both of us will be content to be at home 5 days each week.

Less than 150 days. We'll see what we shall see!

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Old August 20th, 2012, 03:21 PM
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Just wondering whether either or both of your workplaces would consider giving you the right to return after your vacation/retirement, if it doesn't turn out to be as rosy as you had predicted?

At H's workplace, he can (& did) complete a form so if they NEED him back, he could be temporarily rehired. Some places offer a transition of less than full time before full retirement, for folks interested in that as well. H's workplace doesn't offer it and he's not sure he'd be interested if they did anyway.
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Old August 20th, 2012, 11:57 PM
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Interesting that you mention this. My supervisor and I had a discussion about whether I should postpone my retirement for a couple of weeks, then take my 4 week cruise and then return to work. I think not! I hope that they have my replacement at the desk. If they need me for something, I will be gracious and advise. No returning there. Nice folks, but...

Karen has had a verbal offer from someone, but she would work only on her terms. That would be 2 full days a week, not 5 half days. I gave up with her trying to guess on things like that.

I am 66 and Karen is 65. At sometime in one's life, ya gotta pull the plug! We have 70 days of cruising set for next year. I don't believe that I will return to my old job. Maybe I'll get one of those things that has you standing in a grocery store, heating up whatevers to tempt people to buy. One for the customer, one for me, one for the customer, one for me! Our food budget would be minimal!!

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Old August 21st, 2012, 05:19 AM
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Yea, there are some of H's buddies who were bored in retirement and have started new part-time careers, like teaching at college/community college level, manage property, active in community organizations, etc. H is hedging his options and has completed paperwork so he COULD go back when requested, IF he wants. Hard to say what he will ultimately decide he wants--whatever he wants in terms of full-time retirement or continuing to work full time or anything in between is fine with me.

I'm lucky that H has always been fine with me working as much or as little as I want, pursing what interests me.
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Old August 21st, 2012, 08:55 PM
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OK, I understand your concern about his retirement, but what will happen when you eventually stop working? Are there plans? With you around, will that drive him to find work?

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My husband (65) retired 3 years ago (got early retirement) and I am still working (63). I am working for insurance. Some days it is not so bad but some days are brutal. He helps our daughter and her husband ferry our grandkids to sports and visits my Mom in the nursing home a lot but when I call him during the day and he is napping I want to crawl through the phone and strangle him. When I retire the first thing we will do is the Panama Canal cruise.
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I work in a nursing home and most of our residents nap both mid-morning and right after lunch. When people ask me what I intend to do when I retire, I respond that I am going to catch up on my naps!!

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My wife passed away 7 years ago, and I continued working to have something to fill the days. I was blessed to meet a widow, and we were married over 4 years ago.
I retired in 2009 and have not looked back.
I am active in Civil Air Patrol, a Railroad Historical Society, and a food pantry. We live a half mile from a small airport that I fly from.
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My current job is one that I do mostly out of our home & has great flexibility in how much/little I choose to do. It is one I can keep as long as I continue to get funding for it. I am getting tired of chasing grants, so am not sure how much longer I will keep this job.
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Almost daily at work, someone comes into my office to make a comment something like, "You can't retire!"

Every time I hear that, it makes me want to tell them how many days it will be. Unfortunately, I don't keep track of that, so all I do is smile!

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Star Princess, 10/02, Los Angeles
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If you enjoy what you're doing...keep doing it! Being happy is a big part of life. My hubby is working toward his retirement.....I've been semi-retired for years....(I work for our business, but I make my own hours....and about 2 hours daily is all I put in! Lucky me!)....I don't mind what I do....and I can do it from almost anywhere, so even if he totally retires, I can continue on, if I choose.

I doubt you'll want to be "joined at the hip" every single second of every single day during retirement.....so figure out how much "togetherness" you want...and go from there.
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Almost daily at work, someone comes into my office to make a comment something like, "You can't retire!"

Every time I hear that, it makes me want to tell them how many days it will be. Unfortunately, I don't keep track of that, so all I do is smile!

Jim
OTOH - I can say that I have been retired for 1 year, 3 months and 27 days,but who is counting ......
Retirement for me has been great!
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We're getting closer! Karen on December 31 and I will finish on January 10. Then a 28 day cruise to Hawaii and South Pacific. Mentally, we are ready.

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Carnival Celebration, 12/96, New Orleans
NCL Norwegian Majesty, 10/99, Boston to San Juan
Sky Princess, 7/00, San Francisco (Alaska RT)
Sun Princess, 4/01, San Juan to Acapulco
Carnival Triumph, 2/02, Miami
Star Princess, 10/02, Los Angeles
Celebrity Constellation, 1/04, San Juan
Celebrity Summit, 11/04, Ft. Lauderdale
Grand Princess, 2/06, Galveston
Sea Princess, 2/07, Ft. Lauderdale
HAL Ryndam, 3/08, San Diego (Sea of Cortez)
Celebrity Constellation 1/09, Ft. Lauderdale
Golden Princess 10/09, Los Angeles (Hawaii)
HAL Zuiderdam 1/11, Ft. Lauderdale
Crown Princess 11/11, Ft. Lauderdale
Celebrity Silhouette, 3/12 New Jersey/NYC
HAL Statendam, 2/13, San Diego (Hawaii/French Polynesia)
HAL Maasdam, 10/13, Ft. Lauderdale (TA round-trip 42 days)
Grand Princess 2/14, SFO (Hawaii and then Mexico 25 days)
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