3,000 Rounds Of Golf, & Why You Should Not Confuse Vacation With Retirement

3,000 Rounds Of Golf, & Why You Should Not Confuse Vacation With Retirement

Tue, 08/01/2017

In a new article on Forbes.com, Joe Coughlin writes about the importance of visualizing retirement as more than just an extended vacation:

"A vacation, by definition, is only a short break from ordinary working life, a week, maybe two. Retirement, on the other hand, is likely to be a long, long time. Consider this – living to 85 and beyond is becoming the norm for many people. Retirement is not a few short years of endless summer, but two or more decades of daily living."

Read Dr. Coughlin's thoughts here.

 

 

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