We have a manufactured vision of what retirement is, and that doesn't necessarily correlate with reality.Unless you have a well-thought-out scenario, you're going to be in for a shock at retirement.— Hammond Stith, Retired at 61People have often asked me, "What do you do now that you are retired?" My answer is "I am fortunate to have a chemical engineering background, and one of the things I enjoy most is turning beer, wine, Scotch, and margaritas into urine." — Author Unknown Money is important for retirement in that it is a means of survival, a foundation for comfort, and a tool to accomplish some of your life’s goals.
As far as I know, there's nothing else you can do ... It's better than anything I ever expected it to be.— Nelson Mandela If you have debt and you are going into retirement, I don't think you are ready for retirement. of the financial planning department at Rehmann Financial in Troy, Mich].For several years, I have been a stressed out workaholic and my health and relationship with my wife and kids were negatively affected by it.It can’t guarantee happiness or health or love, however.And regardless of how much you have set aside, money cannot buy creative fulfillment.