5 Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Retirement
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retirees did indeed save and engage in financial planning. But they also tended to a lot of other important things: like maintaining good health, considering their proximity to kids and grandchildren, evaluating the weather in the state in which they retired, and stepping up the level of social interaction they had with others after they stopped working.

If you fail to pay attention to these other crucial aspects of your life, you won’t have happiness and contentment in retirement, regardless of how much money you have in the bank.
By doing some smart planning before you retire, and avoiding certain retirement blunders, you can have a secure and fulfilling retirement—no matter what age you leave your job.

Lynnette Khalfani-Cox is a personal finance expert and co-founder of the free financial advice site, AskTheMoneyCoach.com. Follow Lynnette on Twitter @themoneycoach and Google Plus.