Study Identifies Happiest Retirees

shutterstock_118953082How do you determine who ends up happy when they retire? Although it might seem like a funny thing to ask, researchers have been poring over this question. They wanted to determine how to identify who will eventually end up happy during their retirement years. And it seems that they found their answers.

A study by the 2013 Moss National Money and Happiness Study highlighted different key factors that will help determine the happiest retirees in the US. According to the report, people who earned at least $100,032 in household income during their working years end up being the happiest retirees in the US. The unhappy retirees are those who earned an average of only $73,167. The level of earnings will enable the retirees to obtain the key financial points for a secure retirement.

In addition, the study also found out that unhappy retirees have homes that are va


Posted by Ardent Editor on Nov 7 2013 in Retirement 101 Tags: ,

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