While many couples find they have more disposable income when they become empty nesters, this week’s article talks about what often happens to that money. “It turns out that when the last of their children leave the nest, parents are spending substantial amounts of money, but not necessarily on preparing for retirement.” If you are an empty nester and want to discuss how to use your increased disposable income to help plan for your retirement, call us. We are always here to help.
ONCE THE KIDS ARE AWAY, THE PARENTS WILL PLAY
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