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The current pandemic has turned the world upside down for many of us. It has particularly hit the workforce hard prompting many people to reconsider their careers and their future plans. Those nearing retirement are not an exception. With few tips, you should be able to prepare yourself for the retirement that’s coming earlier than you may have expected it. Consider your options when it comes to healthcare, which can be a big dent in your monthly budget. Explore the benefit of withdrawing social security early. Above all, create a very detailed budget in order to avoid any surprises.

Key Takeaways:

  • One of the first things to tick off your list, assuming you must retire sooner than you intended is to provide for your healthcare.
  • If you are at least 65, you do have the option of Medicare. If not, you have to find a plan that provides affordable coverage.
  • Another important consideration is when to grab your benefits. You have the option of taking them early. But, it requires losing 30$, a serious minus.

“When you retire earlier than you’d planned, you may need to get creative with your spending to ensure your savings last as long as possible.”

Read more: https://www.fool.com/retirement/2020/08/03/3-ways-to-prepare-for-an-earlier-than-expected-ret.aspx