Work from home gigs are perfect for retirees that want to slow their pace, but need to put a few extra dollars in their pocket each month. However, choosing the ones that are legitimate and a good fit for a retiree can be a challenge. After all, there are a number of work at home scams that can cost you precious monthly income only to get nothing in return. Consider these more legitimate ways to add some cash to a monthly fixed income after retirement:
We now know that over half of 65+ adults use the Internet, and this number is steadily on the rise. With a steady increase in mobile options, including tablets, smartphones, and e-readers, the older population in America is gradually becoming more tech-savvy. According to data from the Pew Research Center, 27 percent of the 65+ seniors living in America own tablets or e-readers, while 18 percent own smartphones. For this tech-savvy elder population, there are a variety of applications designed to help them stay socially connected and physically healthy as they age.