After you retire and lose your primary source of income, you’ll need something else to replace your wages and salary. Unfortunately, conjuring up additional money once you’ve stepped away from the working world can be easier said than done. But you may have more arrows in your quiver than you imagine when it comes to generating disposable income in retirement.
Work Part Time at a Local Store You Enjoy
No one really wants to “work” in retirement, but if you can find something that you enjoy doing that doesn’t cost much in terms of time or effort, it can be a great way to make some extra cash. For example, if you have always been an animal lover, you might actually enjoy working at the local pet shop on a part-time basis. Not only will you get to interact with animals, the fact that you enjoy it means that your work won’t feel like a “job.”