FOR MORE INSIGHTS ON HOW AMERICANS KICK BACK—especially in retirement—explore Leisure in Retirement: Beyond the Bucket List, a study from Merrill Lynch in partnership with Age Wave. Then talk to your financial advisor about how to arrange your finances for a vacation that takes you totally off the grid.
3 Questions to Ask Your Advisor
- What are potential ways I could pay for an extended family vacation without affecting my long-term goals?
- How can Merrill Lynch's partnership with the Virtuoso travel network help me plan my next trip?
- How could taking a sabbatical from work to recharge have an impact on my investment goals?
All data from Merrill Lynch/Age Wave study Leisure in Retirement: Beyond the Bucket List, May 2016.
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