When are you too old? That is a question we ask ourselves throughout our life. In our twenties, before having a family, we might ask: I am too old to play with toys? And yet once we have children or later grandchildren, we again have fun with the Play-Doh, dolls and the toy trucks of our youth. Society often tries to answer these questions for us. You’re too old for a Happy Meal, says the clerk, or perhaps later your family says, “you’re too old to drive a car.
YOUR OWN RETIREMENT: Take Charge of Your Life
“Heading into retirement is a far different pathway than typical financial planning we have all come to know” said Susan Hickey, RICP® financial professional at Your Own Retirement. She and business partner David Hickey, CPCU® Managing Director, know because they have witnessed the challenges now faced by baby boomers first hand.
Senior Profile: Tom Pollard
"Some people are like beautiful flowers. They’re planted in a career and work at that job their whole life. Me? I’m more like a weed.” Tom Pollard laughed. “I thrived through persistence!”