Prioritizing Your Retirement Needs, Part I

When you take the time to ponder your retirement picture, how much do you see and how well-focused is the image? A comprehensive retirement plan is, in a manner of speaking, a picture of your future — a future in which an alarm clock won't likely figure very prominently, if at all, since you'll no longer be going to work every day.  Having a fruitful retirement is the postscript to the American Dream — and the ideal is to spend those proverbial golden years in comfort and calm, spending your time and money when and where you will. But in order for that to happen, you must carefully think about several retirement concerns and how much value you place on each before you can really see the full picture.

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