Financial Planning in the Decade Before You Retire
Sure, it’s important to start saving for your retirement in the early years of your working career, and to tweak your savings objectives as you age. But the 10 years immediately preceding the date you plan to retire is, perhaps, the most important segment of your retirement planning exercise. Those final 10 years before retirement can make, or break, your comfort level in your golden years, so this article by Katie Brockman, appearing at KXLY.com Spokane, offers a common sense guide to those years, including properly allocating your investment portfolio, checking on your future Social Security income, and reexamining your savings needs for retirement. Click here to read more.
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