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July 28, 2014 11:00 PM

More seniors re-inventing themselves to ‘un-retire'

Retirement. Days of sleeping late, playing bridge, golfing, sailing, traveling, enjoying grandkids and other long-delayed pleasurable pursuits. Ahh, at last. Not so fast, say many seniors in the Kansas City area: Retirement is over-rated. After consulting with business financing advisers, Rand and Janeel Smith used their retirement funds to open a retail store, “eyeSmith,” in May of 2012.

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