Long before retirement even hits our radars, we are planning what type of education, skills training and professional designations we should acquire. We also spend a lot of time planning which industries are the best place to work, and which employers to work for. While we are focusing most of our efforts on important life choices, it is easy to put off the planning of “life after work.” Life expectancy has increased so significantly in recent years, it is not uncommon for one’s retirement to last as long as their years in the work force.
Many people choose to stay in the work force well beyond age 65, others are forced to do so, and still others choose active lifestyles once their career has ended. Like the other attributes of a successful financial plan in a fast-changing world, we want to continue to monitor and review your retirement plans and consult with you frequently about any changes or updates needed to address your evolving retirement lifestyle needs. Through an intensely personalized approach, we want to understand what your retirement goals are.