December 2, 2014
Chances are good you will end up doing a fair amount of puttering in retirement. And your nest egg will be the better for it.
“I don’t want to tell people not to worry,” says Charlene M. Kalenkoski, an associate professor in the Department of Personal Financial Planning at Texas Tech University in Lubbock and co-author of the study. But, she adds, if the behaviors identified in the research hold true in years to come, retirement “isn’t going to be as expensive as people might think.”