Unplanned Retirement

unplanned_retirementMany older adults are retiring younger, but not always by choice. Employers push many into early retirement as part of corporate budget cuts or business changes. One study found that of employees that retired earlier than expected, nearly half of them were forced into retirement due to company downsizing and company closures or due to evolving company needs.

Despite attractive early retirement packages and the desire to be free from the daily nine to five, many older adults want and need to keep working. However, it’s not easy to find a comparable position when you’re a few years shy of retirement.

Individuals that face early retirement have to protect their nest egg and make it last even longer. If you’re age 62 or older, consider a reverse mortgage. A reverse mortgage can provide a source of tax-free* income to last all the way through your retirement years. Make no payments for as long as you stay in your home.†

* Not tax advice. Consult a tax professional.

† Payment of taxes, insurance, and property charges required

Talk with a licensed Reverse Mortgage Specialist to find out how a reverse mortgage can supplement your early retirement.

  • “On behalf of my mother and myself, I would like to thank you for your professional and kind support, and I am confident that we made the right decision obtaining a reverse mortgage from you and your company. Your patience and your knowledge of the product and processes made obtaining a reverse mortgage as comfortable for us as possible. You will be highly recommended.”

  • “Jan and I want to personally thank you for your expertise in assisting us (to) get our reverse mortgage. It has been a very interesting process from the get-go, we have learned a lot. It truly has been a pleasure to work with you, you are a real credit to your profession. Thank you so much.”

  • “Everything worked as promised and we are delighted.”