The Frugal Tourist

The Frugal Tourist

In a future that could mean higher travel prices and lower investment returns, frugal tourists could do just as well as aggressive investors.

Seventy-two percent of Americans say that “really nice vacations” are a part of their planned activities in retirement, according to the Ameriprise Financial Retirement Check-In survey.

Ideally you (and their investments) would provide more than enough income to afford any trip a client could desire. But in a future that might mean higher travel prices and lower investment returns, frugal tourists could do just as well as aggressive investors.

 

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