The need to continuously evaluate your retirement planning
Congratulations, you are retired. No more working, planning, and saving for this day, but should you stop? Remember, retirement can last two or three decades, so it is even more important to continuously evaluate how your retirement income is working out for you. And if you need to make changes, do so before you find yourself or your loved ones in financial trouble. Halsey Schreier explains retirement doesn’t mean the end of financial planning. Read Mr. Schreier’s article here…
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