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Study Reveals the Happiest People in the World Retire with £219,063

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For millions of people around the world, retirement can feel like a lifetime away; but there comes a time when every 20-something year old will need to decide on a robust financial plan to truly prepare for a happy retirement. But just how much exactly do you need to retire happy?

A new study by Audley Villages has analysed the happiest cities in the world to reveal the true correlation between wealth and a happy retirement. The study reveals the average length of retirement and life expectancy, unveiling how much the cost of living really has to with the happiness level of your retirement.

Rank

City

Life expectancy

Retirement savings

Annual salary

Cost of living

Happiness index

1

Helsinki

81.7£192,327£27,556£9597.8
2Copenhagen80.8£221,915£33,862£1,1697.6
3Geneva83.4£321,554£58,739£1,4567.6
4Reykjavik82.9£235,885£27,205£1,0987.5
5Oslo82.3£237,851£31,150£1,1457.5
6Amsterdam82.1£220,642£31,322£1,0757.4
7Stockholm82.7£211,054£26,892£9937.4
8Wellington82.1£157,029£29,938£7657.3
9Vienna81.4£181,566£23,235£9227.3
10Luxembourg82.1£214,468£40,417£1,0457.2

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