Investment management is challenging to think about, and since much of the conversation with your financial advisor can seem like a lot to conquer, we’d like to offer some tips.
One of the hardest decisions retirees have to make is when and how to downsize in retirement. As we age, stairs can become a nuisance and as maintenance and utility expenses rise, it can make sense to transition to a more simplified arrangement for living.
What’s more, many retirees rely on the equity in their home to help fund their retirement and potential medical costs. [Read more…]
Healthcare is one of the biggest and most unpredictable line items to prepare for in retirement. Medicare kicks in when you turn 65 however there is a big gap in what Medicare covers vs. the coverage you’re used to from your employer’s group plan.
Younger people are often excited by the prospect of retirement planning and dreaming of life after work. However, for those nearing the final phase of their careers, retirement can be a frightening prospect. You’ve worked incredibly hard to get to this point but now what? How will you spend your time? What will you say when people ask what you do? Do you have to learn to play golf?