As we look around we see many different ways that retirement is defined. For some it’s a time to slow down, others it becomes a new found opportunity. Either way many people over 50 are actively exploring ideas they have never before considered. Thus Active Seniors HQ strives to be a central source for ideas and solutions.
Andy Asher. Editor in Chief
I didn’t win the lottery, I don’t drive a fancy car and I have money put away, but I’m not rich. What I do have is a wonderful life partner, two amazing children and grandson, a loving family and awesome friends and a line of work that allows me to spend most of my time with them and on my hobbies and interests.
I have had two careers, which I really enjoyed. After college I embarked on a 25 year career in broadcast journalism. It afforded me so many unique life experiences. But as marriage and children entered my life, I found I didn’t have the opportunity to spend time for raising a family. So I took some advice my dad often told me, and studied to get licensed to become a Registered Investment Advisor and join a top three American investment firm. The unexpected rewards were many, on top was the opportunity to really make a positive influence on the life of my clients, being with them every step of the way.
So now it brings us to today. Being a communicator which runs deep in my veins and experiencing the satisfaction of helping people through their financial and life decisions, Active Seniors HQ provides an amazing opportunity to combine both. Without my 9 to 5 job responsibilities holding me back, I can devote more time (and more flexible hours) — providing a single source of information for Active Seniors.