Will you tell the truth about your retirement?
Retirement planning is almost always about the financial aspects of your future – do you have enough money saved? Will you have enough income to pay for your essentials during retirement? And things of that financial nature. But almost equally important are the non-financial elements of this new and exciting phase of the rest of our lives, but we seem to be culturally programmed to not accept things certain preconceived notions about retirement. And according to this Forbes article by note columnist and financial advisor Robert Laura, that may lead some of us to tell “bold faced lies” about how our retirement is going. Click here to read more.
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