The Rolling Stones are rocking and rolling across the country as part of their 2021 No Filter tour, proving that life is not about age, it’s about attitude.
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The unusual circumstances of the pandemic have created a tough environment that has driven many Americans into an early retirement.
Renee Lamoreaux spent most of her work life in fire, smoke and ash. As a smokejumper for the U.S. Forest Service, she parachuted into fire zones to battle blazes all around the country.
The U.S. is facing the greatest retirement surge in its history. The population of older Americans is growing rapidly and living longer. America is quickly approaching a moment in time where there will be more people reaching traditional retirement age—age 65—than ever before.
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Two time International Hot Rod Association world champion Elaine Larsen joined the Growing Bolder team to talk about the thrills of being a jet car racer and also what she did to take the financial fear out of retirement.
Older Gen Xers and younger Boomers in particular have been forced to reconsider or restructure their retirement plans in the pandemic’s wake to account for unexpected obstacles.
Larsen has made a career out of going as fast as possible for five seconds down a straight and narrow quarter-mile track. So, to say she lives life at full-throttle is an understatement if there ever was one.
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The risks that Opie and his crew face aren’t always physical. They’re financial, too. “Our biggest risk is when the tour shuts down,” he says. The Covid pandemic was the great equalizer for bands of all size and stature when it hit.