As life expectancy continues to increase, the traditional retirement model may need to be reevaluated.

In a recent article published in The Wall Street Journal, the author explores the impact of longer careers and retirement periods on individuals and society as a whole. With people living longer and staying healthier later in life, the concept of retiring at 65 and living off savings for the next few decades may no longer be practical or sustainable.

The article delves into the potential consequences of this changing dynamic, including the impact on social security, healthcare costs, and the workforce.

Flourish is already witnessing this trend among it’s clientele. In this model, tradition goes out the window and intellectual fulfillment takes precedence.

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