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Our Best Tips for a Joy-Filled Retirement

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In our sister e-letter, Liberty Through Wealth, Chief Investment Strategist Alexander Green recently wrote a series of columns geared toward people who are in or nearing retirement.

These three articles are all about saving and spending the right way to set yourself up for a memorable and joy-filled retirement, so I wanted to share them with you today.

Of course, they aren’t exclusively for retirees. Alex’s writings gave me a new perspective on my own finances, and I’m only in my 20s.

As we’re fond of saying here at Wealthy Retirement, you’re never too young – OR too old – to start building toward a better financial future.

Check out all three of Alex’s articles below!


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Delaying gratification and wanting to pass down your wealth to your children and grandchildren are noble pursuits.

But Alex encourages you to spend at least some of your savings while you’re still healthy enough to create memories with the people you care about most.


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Even after folks have achieved financial freedom, it’s not always easy to “flip the switch” and start reaping the rewards.

Alex says he often sees investors making a crucial mistake that prevents them from enjoying the money they’ve accumulated.


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Alex wrapped up his series with a reminder that your most valuable asset is not your house, your bank account or your investment portfolio.

It’s the amount of time you have left on this little blue ball… and the “memory dividends” you’ve racked up along the way.


Ultimately, as Alex says, the whole reason we aim to accumulate wealth is so we can live our lives on our own terms and create memories with our loved ones.

I hope this series helps you do just that.

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