In his 1998 book “The Prosperous Retirement,” Michael Stein wrote that as people begin to age and become less active, they scale back their discretionary spending. It is a key feature of what he called the “slow-go” stage of retirement. Fast forward more than 20 years, and that observation still holds. Think about it: For
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