Retirement planning as marriage counseling
We marry for a combination of reasons — mutual attraction, shared values and a common vision of a desired future. That future, however, is often near term, making a home, raising a family — but very few young couples discuss life in retirement and old age. My colleagues at the MIT Age Lab have been exploring how couples conduct financial planning and make decisions in retirement. Preliminary findings suggest that although spouses may be married for decades, a shared vision of retirement may be less clear than one might expect….Read More
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