Retirement used to be something everyone looked forward to. A retirement party, a nice watch from your soon-to-be former employer and then home to an open schedule and a slightly smaller check. It was a “no brainer.”
As long as your smaller income covered your spending, the only other real planning was finding a hobby. Retirement was nearly as perfect as it looked in the advertisements.
Today, this isn’t the reality for most retirees. Investing and advice associated with retirement has changed. Financial planning for retirement is no longer reserved as a hobby for the well-to-do. It is a realm …Read More