Holly Thomas, a CFP in Tampa, Fla., has a retired client who says she’d like to travel to Europe and Asia. After a lifetime of planning and saving, this wealthy client could easily afford to travel. But is she buying tickets? On the contrary: She rarely leaves town.

“She says that she can’t leave the cat,” Thomas says. “I’m trying to persuade her to go on a day trip here in Florida.”

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