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Today, when you announce retirement, many friends will ask, “What you are retiring to do?”

That’s because closing one career door often means creating the time to open a door more focused on volunteer work, a long-desired entrepreneurial venture, investments in personal health, or sports, or learning a new skill via lifelong learning at nearby colleges.

Perhaps it is time to pick up the golf clubs and schedule the local pro for some lessons. Or perhaps make your garden a thing of year round beauty.  Above all, retiring offers time - precious time - to be with family and friends. Retiring is what you make it. Let’s get started.

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