Roughly 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 every day, the age most often associated with retirement. Here’s to planning for your golden years and filling your days with new adventures in Downtown.
Shuffleboard Anyone?

Ranked #36 on the annual list of Best Places to Retire by U.S. News & World Report, Orlando is full of events and activities for our active senior citizens, from yoga and Texas Hold em’ at the Marks Street Senior Recreation Complex to the Medicare sponsored SilverSneakers program offered at the Downtown Orlando YMCA. With a lively arts scene, parks, grocery stores, shops and restaurants all within walking distance, there is no reason to leave Downtown Orlando.
P.S. If you are looking into your crystal ball and are in need of some guidance, Allgen Financial, Ronald J. Gruninger, III, CFP, AIFSmartWealth, and Westshore Financial can get you headed in the right direction. All offer a wide array of services including retirement planning.