NEW YORK (DailyFinance) -- Most people's worries about retirement are, first and foremost, about money: Will I have enough? How much can I spend? How can I make what I have last as long as I do?But there are other questions to retirement -- the ones about all the nonfinancial stuff -- that can be just as complicated. What will I do with my time? What matters most? How will I transition into this new phase of my life? What can I expect? These are big life questions, and increasingly, folks are turning to retirement coaches for help finding answers.
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