16 Items You Don’t Need in Retirement

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Items You Don’t Need in Retirement

It’s a good idea to start honing the focus of your retirement vision as you retire. You must plan how you will spend your time, create a list of things you will require, and determine what you don’t require anymore.

Many retirees downsize in order to reduce their expenditures and simplify their lives. For some, this entails downsizing to a smaller house or moving to a retirement community. Others may see this as just getting rid of items they no longer need.

Here is a list of things you won’t need much when you will start living your golden years.

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4 thoughts on “16 Items You Don’t Need in Retirement”

  1. While interesting as a concept, some objects/ideas are, at least for me most needed (such as books, or some lovely purses for the opera or social events). To a large extent, maybe exaggerated, it’s like adding necessary to buy a coffin when retiring…

  2. Carolyn Bane Hudson

    Thanks for the info. It was very helpful. Do you know how to find out the value of very old items(antiqus);without having to pay a lot of money to just get a estimate.

  3. If I don’t need my CD’s and DVD’s why does anyone else? Besides, it’s called a “Collection”, not I need the money in my retirement.

  4. How ridiculous to suggest getting rid of an exercise bike or at home exercise equipment. You actually need it more than ever, to keep your heart going and hour muscles toned. Silver sneakers is great to go to the gym but not everyone has transportation to get to a gym. And even if you can go to the gym you usually cant go everyday so having a bike or piece of exercise equipment at home is a great way to stay in shape. You can do it whenever you want at any time you want.

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