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    Tips for Comfortably Retiring on a Tight Income

Baby Boomers can still retire, even on a tight income, by taking steps to stretch their dollars! 

Tips, ideas and advice for making Baby Boomer retirement income go further!

 

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Baby Boomer Volunteering

Baby Boomers can Enrich their Lives by Helping Others

Volunteering is a way for Baby Boomers to enrich their lives.Baby Boomers will find that nothing is as enriching as helping others through volunteering their time for worthy causes.  You can mentor the next generation, teach a child how to read, work with animal shelters, save the environment, join a political cause, prepare food for the homeless, perform general labor at a shelter, or stop hunger, among hundreds of other charitable opportunities. 

Volunteering will make you feel much better about yourself and your life regardless of your economic circumstances.  It forces you to get outside of yourself, to work for a worthy cause, to extend a hand to those less fortunate.  It is more than charitable giving; it is personally paying something back to society for the gifts you have received in life.

Volunteer opportunities abound.  You only hand to find something that interests you, then offer your time, skills or expertise.  Direct service interests include collecting and preparing food, tutoring, teaching, and mentoring. The indirect interests that boomers typically favor include fundraising, professional and management services, and general labor.

One of the best places to find a volunteer opportunity that is right for you is to visit VolunteerMatch.com, a leader in the nonprofit world dedicated to helping everyone find a great place to volunteer.  Another way is to check with your church or any organizations to which you belong.  Once you become serious about volunteering, you will discover that ample opportunities exist for Baby Boomers to make a real difference in the world! 

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