Shortly after his 60th birthday, my husband -- who is 15 years my senior -- took a buyout from his employer of 32 years to follow a life-long dream: He became a thoroughbred racehorse owner -- briefly. He had dabbled in the ponies while still employed and when the opportunity presented itself to leave his day job with some coins in his pocket, he jumped at it and, with my blessing, headed straight to the racetrack to invest in a horse-racing stable. He became a fractional owner of several dozen horses and in the early weeks of his new career devoted his days to studying the Racing Form and researching horse-breeding charts. But, as he quickly learned, the thing about being a racehorse owner is that it's really a passive investment.
Retirement And Marriage: The Pitfalls Of Being A Mixed-Retirement Couple
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Brazil is larger than the continental U. The weather in the Northeast is balmy all year, with warm sparkling waters and swaying palms. Best of all, Brazil is affordable for retirees. When you retire in Brazil and become a resident, you are entitled to import your household effects and personal items free of import duties.
Retire or retirement and interracial
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. GM fitter. My wife and I are considering moving to Florida when we retire. I have also read on these boards that people of color are very few in these communities as a whole. East or west coast, central, northern or southern, where do you think we will find more diversity?
My husband and I are currently living in Australia. We are planning to return to the US in the next 9 months. Before we moved to Australia we split our time between Connecticut and Boston.