Am I ready
You probably have many projects in mind for your retirement. You could achieve these projects with sufficient planning.
List of questions to ask yourself
There are three aspects to retirement planning: finances, physical and mental health, social life and free time. To make the transition to retirement a success, it’s important to find the right balance between these aspects. Now is the time to take stock of where you’re at.
Answer the following questions to see how prepared you are for retirement. At the end of the quiz, you will receive a total score and advice for your specific situation to get you thinking and help you prepare.
Developing and maintaining a healthy balance in various areas of retirement planning will allow you to enjoy and make the most of retirement.
You still have many years left before you retire. It’s normal for you to feel like it’s a long way off and to not think much about it. Set some goals right now for yourself and take concrete steps to reach them.
Your vision of what kind of retirement you want is no doubt clearer at this stage. It is time to take action!
Your retirement is no longer a distant project. Take stock of your situation in greater detail and exercise rigour and discipline to reach your goals.
You have reached retirement age. Now is the time to take care of yourself. It’s not too late to make lifestyle changes.
Money is one of the greatest challenges of retirement. Taking control of your finances will, among other things, help you smoothly transition from work to retirement. With solid financial health, you also give yourself the means to realize your projects and achieve your dreams for retirement.
Based on your answers to the questions evaluating your degree of readiness with regard to finances in retirement.
My physical and mental health
Physical and mental health is even more important in retirement, because aging is usually associated with physical and cognitive changes. A healthy and active lifestyle in retirement helps slow down the physical effects of aging and is beneficial to cognitive health. You will get more out of your retirement if your mind and body are healthy!
Based on your answers to the questions evaluating your degree of readiness with regard to health in retirement.
My social life and free time
Retiring can be unsettling, as you now have lots of free time. Many retirees have to find a new life meaning and find satisfaction elsewhere than through work. The choice of leisure activities plays a major role in the life of retirees, as it allows them to maintain some form of structure and to break out of social isolation. In order to make the most of your retirement, it is important to do some planning in this area.
Based on your answers to the questions evaluating your degree of readiness with regard to your free time in retirement.