Our goal is to help people understand the various retirement options, opportunities and pitfalls, so they can make the most of their retirement years.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) July 29, 2008
Aimed at the 35 million retirees in the U.S. today and the 79 million baby boomers born between 1946 and 1964 who will reach retirement age over the next twenty years, RetirementWeb.com is a new website dedicated to all aspects of retirement. It provides useful retirement resources for visitors and a social network where members can meet, learn, share and have fun.
RetirementWeb.com covers everything from retirement planning to retirement living. There are feature articles, custom newsfeeds, interactive tools and informational videos. The site is easy to navigate and includes special sections on health, money, housing, travel, and people. The retirement and seniors related content is updated regularly.
The RetirementWeb Community is an online social network where members can participate in forum discussions, read or write blogs, view or post videos, pictures, local events and more. There are also groups where members can meet other members that have similar interests such as travel, golf or gardening. The community which appeals to retired seniors and pre-retirees is easy to join and free of charge.
While there are other senior and retirement websites, RetirementWeb.com is unique in terms of the scope of resources and community features that are available to visitors and members. Additional features are being planning and are expected to be introduced later this year.
According to an article in USA Today, over the course of the next two decades, an average of 10,000 baby boomers each day will reach retirement age, adding millions to the retired population.
RetirementWeb.com founder Mike Kaufman believes an increasing number of boomers and seniors are looking for answers and support. As a result he states "Our goal is to help people understand the various retirement options, opportunities and pitfalls, so they can make the most of their retirement years." He further adds, "I urge anyone interested in retirement to stop by and check out the website including the online community."
For more information, contact Mike Kaufman at 702-914-2421 or by email.