Save for retirement, but enjoy the present too
For anyone who stays current on America’s retirement planning topics, the financial advisor mantra of “save for your retirement” is one that permeates nearly every article written. But, in this article, columnist Michelle Singletary confesses to being a “save for the future” type of personality who often misses out on enjoying things today, and envies those who can adopt a philosophy which allows them to save for the future but still enjoy today. The article, appearing in The Washington Post, asks you to evaluate if you are “saving so much for the future that you are missing out on living your best life now.” Click here to read more.
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