Longer lifespans and lower returns on assets make retirement planning more complex than ever
Today, people are living longer, enjoying better health, pursuing more active lifestyles – and spending more during retirement. At the same time, financial markets are producing lower returns than previously. Without careful planning, longer life spans coupled with higher spending and lower investment returns can create serious financial pressures.
The new realities of retirement planning make effectively managing your financial assets more important than ever. Quite simply, people are going to need more money to retire than they realize. And once retired, they will need access to sound investment strategies in order to make their money last 10, 20, or even 30 years – and to provide for surviving spouses and other family members.
The big questions come at retirement: Am I in a position financially to retire comfortably and afford those things that I have always dreamed of doing? How should I handle pension and IRA accounts? What about healthcare, Medicare, and long term care insurance? What steps should I take so that loved ones will be financially secure?
We work with each client individually, answering questions and helping to implement a suitable investment plan for a long and meaningful retirement. We understand both the financial and emotional side of planning for retirement. The abundance of information out there can be overwhelming, and we are able to help you plan ahead for the lifestyle you envision.
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