Money Isn’t Everything – Even in Retirement - Kiplinger
I’ve heard, perhaps for my entire life, that “money isn’t everything.” And while I know that to be true, I also know that going into retirement with a substantial nest egg is a laudable goal and a way to achieve financial comfort in our so-called golden years. Still, being rich in retirement and being happy in retirement are two different things, with the latter as the true and fundamental objective. What good is money if it is spent paying for medical services instead of fulfilling your retirement bucket list? The point is, planning for your retirement should include not only financial investing but also include nurturing your health and emotional well being to realize a meaningful retirement – one in which you are both happy and financially secure. This Kiplinger article by Brian Skrobonja offers insight into how to plan for both financial comfort and a meaningful life in retirement. Click here to read more.
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