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Working Longer is Better for Your Brain

 

Are you trying to determine the perfect time to retire? Many older people have difficulty figuring out when to leave their job at the ideal time to cash in on retirement benefits and maximize Social Security. It turns out that waiting a little bit longer could be better for your mental health. retirement planning MS

A new study conducted in France determined that working longer could help to ward off dementia. More than half a million self-employed laborers in France participated in the study and were linked to a decreased risk of dementia when they worked longer. There are numerous different benefits to delaying your retirement. In addition to increasing your social security benefits up to a certain age, work often gives you a sense of purpose and a sense of community.

 

You have to communicate with others to do your job and also learn new programs and skills. This helps keep you sharp mentally and gives you a sense of purpose every single day. The work environment today puts demands on individuals that forces them to be there, engage, and socially interact. Although older employees may process information at a slower rate than their younger peers, other functions like speech, language and semantic memory can improve with age. To talk more about retirement planning benefits and how they work in line with your estate planning, consult with an experienced estate planning lawyer today.



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