May 25, 2016 — We’ve seen a flurry of studies articles over the past few months that suggest that empty nesters aren’t doing a good enough job of saving. It seems like once the kids and the costs associated with them are gone, most people spend the extra money instead of save it. The overall findings are troubling, since so many people are expected to have a very hard time maintaining their pre-retirement lifestyles. We just hope you are among the folks who have saved enough!
Here are some of the articles and links:
Comments? Once you became an empty nester were you tempted to spend the extra cash? Or were you more disciplined about socking it away for your retirement? Any suggestions on how to do this successfully?