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These are the forces trying to ‘steal your joy’ in retirement

These are the forces trying to ‘steal your joy’ in retirement

Many people pondering retirement focus primarily — sometimes exclusively — on the financial part, to avoid outliving their money. In my recent interview with Casey, the former Merrill Lynch HR exec shared his advice for combating some of these forces: boredom, the status quo, loneliness, inertia, expectations, uncertainty, complacency, obligations and drift. Retirement, he noted “can be a big opportunity, but it can also be something that throws people for a loop.”