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Have you ever stretched out the seams of a one-size-fits-all shirt only to discover that no such thing exists? Well, the same holds true for planning for your financial independence in retirement. You will find that there are many shapes and sizes as you seek a financial future that suits your goals. Watch this webinar recording with our panel of financial advisors as they discuss how CAPTRUST can help you find the plan that is the right fit for you.
When aviation executive Richard J. “Jet” Vertz turned 65, he retired because, he says, that’s what people in his industry did. He had no plans for the first day he woke up no longer employed—or for the weeks and months after that.
Approaching retirement? There are probably many things on your mind besides your 401(k). However, what you do with your retirement account in the years leading up to retirement could affect your financial well-being for years to come, so it’s worth your time and attention.
What is your big, bold goal for retirement? And what legacy do you want to leave behind? These are some of the key questions a financial advisor might ask when they are getting to know you as a client. Some people just want to be sure they won’t run out of money in retirement. But if you know you’re going to have enough, the question becomes, what will you do with the excess? What are you dreaming about that your financial plan and investment portfolio can help you achieve?
In this article, we look at how a recession could impact your retirement.
Making smart money decisions before and during retirement can help protect your nest egg for years to come.
“I don’t know” is often the difference between success and failure in the investment world. Unfortunately, these three words are rarely heard across the investment industry, which is built on the illusion of certainty. However, it is important to remember that how investors approach things that are unknowable is far more important than anything that can be known.
Read on to learn more about the relationship between risk and reward, how to understand your own tolerance for risk, ways to reduce risk through diversification, and where you can look to find reputable sources of information about investments.
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