This author of this Forbes article points out: Women caught in between. That is, women nearing retirement that are uniquely caught by time, life stage, conflicting family roles, and socioeconomic conditions —all contributing to unprecedented uncertainty about their futures.

The typical stereotype we have of this group isn’t accurate.

An important point from the story at the beginning is to have a plan.  Think about what comes next in retirement. This could include continuing to work, working but less time, or not working for pay and volunteering.

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