MetLife Mature Market Institute: Balancing Money, Medicine and Meaning

Just a quick heads up: the MetLife Mature Mar­ket Insti­tute has pub­lished a new report: titled Dis­cov­er­ing What Mat­ters: Bal­anc­ing Mon­ey, Med­i­cine and Meaning.

Descrip­tion: “The adage that mon­ey can’t buy hap­pi­ness is sup­port­ed ana­lyt­i­cal­ly by new research demon­strat­ing the impor­tance of hav­ing pur­pose in one’s life and that the most con­tent peo­ple focus on the non-finan­cial essen­tials in their lives, even dur­ing dif­fi­cult eco­nom­ic times.  Liv­ing the “good life” for mid­dle-aged and old­er Amer­i­cans is equat­ed with spend­ing time with fam­i­ly and friends, a pre­vi­ous­ly unquan­ti­fied find­ing, accord­ing to the MetLife Mature Mar­ket Insti­tute’s lat­est study, Dis­cov­er­ing What Mat­ters: Bal­anc­ing Mon­ey, Med­i­cine and Mean­ing, pro­duced in con­junc­tion with lead­ing author, life coach, and exec­u­tive edu­ca­tor, Richard Lei­der.  They describe the good life in terms of hav­ing health, a finan­cial safe­ty net and the time to do what is impor­tant to them.”

Report is avail­able Here (PDF, 69 kb).

Will com­ment in a few days, when I get the chance to take a look at it. Have a nice weekend!

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