27 Surprisingly Profitable Ways To Spend Your Retirement

Umpire Larry Vanover (27) and Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter (26)Photo credit: CC license  by Keith Allison

Whether you were forced into retirement or made the decision on a completely voluntary basis, there’s a good chance that, like many retirees, you aren’t quite as financially well-off as you’d hoped. The economic recession of a few years back wreaked havoc on the savings of millions of Americans, leaving many scrambling to get by each month. Fortunately, even if you no longer are working on a full-time basis, there are many ways you can bolster your checking account.

1. Umpire

Do you enjoy baseball? Get out on the field and work as a Little League umpire. You could earn over twenty bucks per game, all while promoting your favorite sport. Umpire jobs may also available at the middle and high school levels; don’t be afraid to ask around.

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