Top Retirement Mistake
When that magic retirement day arrives, will you suddenly spend less, while reaping the benefits of your social security, pensions or investments?
Yes, you'll spend a little less, but the hard truth is: The less you have, the less you spend. Most retirees have less. According to the Census Bureau, out of 100 people who started working at age 25 and retired by 65, about 63 percent are dependent on Social Security, friends, relatives and charity.
How to Stay Positive in Life
You won't find happiness at the mall in the form of a huge new TV or in the department store in the form of new clothes or a fancy coffee pot. They will not increase your overall happiness.
Spending money on experiences maximizes happiness, says Michael Norton, an associate professor at Harvard Business School and co-author of Happy Money: The Science of Smarter Spending.
Fall Color Tours
October is usually the month for fall color, but Mother Nature has a mind of her own, so predicting the days when fall foliage will peak in various areas is risky at best.
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