You Should Retire To Something, Not From Something
As financial advisors, we often find that people share the same common questions about retirement:
• Will I run out of money?
• Should I sell my house or downsize?
• Can I afford to keep my lifestyle?
Often, retirees make it through the honeymoon stage of retirement only to find themselves feeling bored and unfulfilled.
As we see it, we have two parts of our job as financial planners. One part requires helping you answer these questions; the other involves helping you consider all facets of retirement planning, including behavioral and emotional aspects.
Naturally, finance plays a large roll in retirement readiness but there are other pieces that should be considered as well. Get our free retirement guide to find out more about the six vital parts to retirement.