Retirement Bliss

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Planning for retirement kicks into high gear once you hit the half-century mark. If you are gainfully employed, you are very fortunate. If you have already put money aside in tax-deferred accounts such as IRAs, 401Ks, and 403Bs, you are ahead of the game. Whatever your financial situation is, saving for retirement becomes a huge priority once you cross the 50 mark. We are not retirement planning experts, so we plan to make you aware of articles that can help you amass enough assets to last a lifetime! An equally important aspect of retirement planning is how you plan to spend your time. As the old saying goes, “money can’t buy happiness.” Since you will have loads of free time, relationships with family and friends will become a larger priority in your life. Studies show how important relationships are for the elderly. According to a study by Rand Corporation, married men live longer than single men. Therefore, building and maintaining healthy relationships is just as important as saving for retirement. No man (or woman) is an island.

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