Open phones, Contact Us email, and more: Griff and Lee shared upcoming meetups from the eBay Radio Seller Events Calendar, located under Seller Resources in the eBay Radio archives. Click on the event’s title to see all the details.
To submit your sellers group meetup or other event, go to eBayRadio.com; click on “Past Episodes” in the right-hand sidebar; then click on “Submit an Event” in the upper right-hand corner of any archives page.
Lee made a big announcement, which Griff followed up with news of his own.
Why do so many online sellers keep on working into retirement? There are a number of excellent reasons. For starters, the average Social Security check for seniors in the USA is $1,404. That’s the average; many earn less. You can’t live on that.
So if you work your entire life for others and end up with a monthly income of $1,404 in your old age, you will have to work — and/or live with others in small spaces.
Next, for many seniors, selling online is actually enjoyable compared to certain insults that may come your way out in the workforce, and it’s mostly accomplished from home, with the entrepreneur (you) in charge.
Finally, by the time you reach retirement age, you may just be fed up with Mondays being back-to-work days. Keep your cool, save as much as possible, and consider selling into your later years.
Selling on eBay after my retirement! Our guest is Linda Bryant, known on eBay as Top Rated Seller bryantapple and eBay ID thetiewhisperer.
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eBay and my retirement! Our guest is Mary Gardy, known on eBay as Top Rated Seller house.of.zeela.
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