Going it alone in retirement planning? You might want to double check with the experts.
Baby Boomers are a pretty savvy bunch, especially when it comes to using the keyboard and the range of software products available to massage numbers, project end points, and conduct variable “what if” scenarios for the future. That’s a good thing, since it forces consideration of current state and future needs, but it’s likely that unless your well-trained in financial analysis and retirement planning, it’s easy to miss a detail that could kill your plan. Getting a second opinion is often a good idea, for the reasons explained by Registered Financial Consultant Eric Peterson in a post today on www.kiplinger.com. Read it here…
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