Most retirement plans dive deeply into details on the financial factors, but hardly any effort is devoted to the factor that contributes the most to a successful retirement. Since the pandemic began, however, people are spending more time than usual considering the really important retirement questions.
As the pandemic forced lifestyle changes on people and made their vulnerability and mortality more apparent, surveys and reports indicated people were spending more time contemplating their purposes, priorities, and how they want to spend their time.
Those are the most important parts of a retirement plan. A good way to develop them is to consider issues similar to the three questions that financial advisor George Kinder encourages people to contemplate at the outset of the retirement planning process.