Many fresh retirees may not know how to maintain their health, finances, or emotional wellbeing after they have finished working.

Though many tips for retirement recommend having an emergency fund, 34 percent of Americans earning between $35,000 and $75,000 feel they do not have enough savings to handle a medical emergency after retirement, according to a survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute.

But, while making plans for life after retirement can be much more difficult than contributing to a 401(k), it doesn't need to be too much of a hassle. There are ways to live well without emptying your wallet.

Here are five easy tips to help you on your way to a healthy and wealthy retirement.

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