Daily Life in Retirement is Loss Costly than Clients Think
Planning their daily routine in retirement could be less complicated than most clients think, writes a Wall Street Journal columnist. In fact, most of what they will do as retirees are found in their current daily chores. “[T]he average day in retirement involves a fair amount of puttering,” which “typically doesn’t cost a lot of money,” the columnist writes. It is good news for clients who are worried about burning through their savings.
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