Money Can't Buy Happiness -- Even in Retirement

I love this piece. When we talk about retirement these days, most of the time it's about money -- in other words, how much you have to retire. And the recession hasn't helped much, leaving many folks unable to retire when they want to. But retirement isn't just about how much money you have; it's really about how wisely you use it:
Whatever your ideal scenario, you'll want to make sure you have the financial resources to support it. That doesn't mean you need to be rich to be content -- far from it -- but it does mean that you'll need to plan ahead for retirement and manage your money wisely once you get there.
The piece gives us five secrets to a happy (and financially smart) retirement. I'll give you the first tip: "Wealth without health is meaningless." Check out what that means and the other four secrets here.

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