Baby boomers are estimated to need $400,000 at the time of their retirement to sufficiently ensure that they can afford to maintain living costs and make up the difference between social security and retirement. An estimated 14% of Americans still need to get onto the path of towards retirement, while 5% are still looking for directions. Only 20% are in the fast lane passing others. The following collection of retirement card messages are intended to inspire your own sentimental message to a retiree you know.
Best wishes for a relaxing and happy retirement.
Best wishes for an awesome retirement. Keep working hard, but be your own boss.
Congratulations on your retirement! If you get bored, you know you can call us and hang out with us.
Congratulations on your retirement. Thanks for your years of dedication and hard work.
Congratulations on your retirement. The end of an era but the start of a whole new chapter.
Congratulations on your retirement. We wish you tons of happiness in the years ahead.
Congratulations on your well deserved retirement.
Congratulations, may you enjoy your retirement to the fullest.
Happy retirement to you.
I wish you a happy retirement filled with fun and happiness.
If you found happiness of fulfillment while in the work force, then it’s likely you’ll do the
same now that even more possibilities are open to you.
It’s great to see someone as deserving as you retire. Make sure you work just as hard at relaxing as you have in your long career.
Just as your work has been long and satisfying, we wish you a long and satisfying retirement.
Life begins at retirement.
May you do all the things you love to do and avoid the things you do not like to do in your retirement.
May your retirement be the best days of your life.
Retirement is not the end, it’s a new beginning.
Retirement is the working person’s wish come true. Here’s to getting your wishes granted finally!
Retirement is when every day is a Saturday.
Retirement is wonderful if you have two essentials. Much to live on and much to live for.
The big challenge of retirement is how to spend time without spending money.
This is the beginning of the rest of your life and the rest of your life. Congratulations on your retirement.
To stay balanced in life, work like you’re retired and retire like it’s your job.
We are so glad that you are retiring, since we will get to spend a whole lot more time with you.
We have always enjoyed your company here at work and we are really going to miss you a lot. Best of luck.
We will miss you. You are a one of a kind and will not be easily replaced. Enjoy your retirement.
We wish you health and happy days in your retirement.
We’ll miss you. You were one of a kind, and not easily replaced. Congratulations on your retirement.
We’re glad that you are retiring, and we are looking forward to spending more time with you. Best wishes.
We’re really going to miss you! We hope that you’ll enjoy every minute of your retirement.
Wishing you a lengthy and satisfying retirement.
Wishing you a long and joyous retirement.
Wishing you a wonderful retirement. May you enjoy your retirement to the fullest.
Wishing you all the best for your retirement. may all your retirement dreams come true.
Wishing you all the joy and happiness that a happy retirement can bring.
Wishing you the best in this next phase of your life.
Wishing you the best on your life after this retirement. We will miss you.
Wishing you the most exciting and stress free retirement ever.
You are one of the hardest workers I have ever known. You deserve a great retirement, but I
figure you will still keep yourself busy.
You can be taken out of the workforce, but the work can never be taken out of you. I am confident you’ll never stop working on things you love to do.
You will remembered for the things that you did here. Thanks for your years of hard work and dedication. Congratulations on your retirement.
Your new job now is to make sure that you enjoy your retirement to the fullest.
Recent research has uncovered that more than 40% of workers in the United States have less than $10,000 saved for retirement while 27% said they had less than a thousand. Half of Americans use an employer sponsored retirement plan to help them save. The below infographic outlines the generational differences and financial statistics of their retirement savings accounts.