There’s an old rule of thumb that suggests you’ll spend 20 percent to 30 percent less money after you retire. However, recent research shows that baby boomers are actively maintaining or even increasing their spending, especially early in retirement, when they’re healthy and have more leisure time. Some have called this phenomenon a “second, unsupervised childhood.” Eventually, as most people age, they slow down; spending typically declines once people get into ...

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