Many retirees are finding it hard to live off of social security or pensions to make ends meet. More seniors than ever are in the workforce with many taking part-time jobs at retailers like Walmart. But there are work from home jobs for retirees with flexible hours that allow them to work from their homes and earn extra money every month. These remote jobs are attractive because there is no need for transportation and the expenses associated with it.
If retirees find themselves in a tough situation where they need immediate assistance, they may want to consider a short term or payday loan to cover urgent expenses. You do need some form of consistent income of at least $1,000 a month from your retirement funds, pension, annuity, or social security.
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