Believe it or not, we spend most of our income taking care of our bodies. The majority of our income is spent on food, and a large chunk will be spent if we encounter any health problems. This is why habits such as smoking or binge drinking can incur more expenses, much more so when you suffer the complications of chronic diseases.
Health is, indeed, wealth. The more that you can take care of your body, the longer you can stay employed, maximize your retirement savings, and get rid of unnecessary spending with things that can harm you.
In this post, we will be focusing on how health habits affect your retirement plan. Now, how do these poor health habits ruin your plans to save for the future?