Saturday, August 16, 2014

Better Wealth, Better Health

If you're willing to improve your financial future by contributing to a 401(k) plan, most likely you'll also take steps to improve your future health. See Your 401(k) is Healthy, So Maybe You Are, Too in the NY Times.

Michael Waraksa, a collage freak, put together this apt illustration for the Times story.

2 comments:

Zach Thalman said...

I think along with improving your health you must also learn to manage your wealth after you have obtained it. In these days, many people don't really know how to control themselves when it comes to money. Practicing management is a good idea because it shows self-discipline.

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Mary Bowden said...

It is always important to have balance in everything. When you have wealth make sure you also give importance and priority to your health, because health is wealth.

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