Happiness- what’s it worth?

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According to a study cited in “Retirement Planner: For retirees, stick to tried-and-true strategies” by Stephen J Butler in the Contra Costa Times, being happily married is comparable to $100,000 in annual income. The article suggests that people who have found themselves with less money for retirement than expected can still be happy and that it might be better to buy books on that subject than stress over money.

RVers usually do get a closer relationship from spending so much time together – either that or get off the road! In Retire to an RV: The Roadmap to Affordable Retirement, we discuss that very issue in Chapter 26, “Can I and my partner survive?” Those couples who don’t get along usually get off the road pretty quickly. if you can survive, RVing can be a less expensive way to live and thus make your income go further. Jaimie Hall Bruzenak

December 22, 2013
Categories : RV retirement, Saving money
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