5 Stages Of Life: Retiring & Retirement Plan
If you are within 2-3 years before or after retirement, you are staring down one of life’s most undocumented & unscripted transitions. Thoughts such as how will you pay the bills for the next 20, 30, or even 40 years; will your healthcare choices change; will you be able to pay for your grown children’s weddings, college, grandkids’ education, etc.; with a career winding down, will you feel satisfied without a daily demand on your skills; will your spouse or significant other’s needs change; will taxes eat up a large chunk of your life savings; or will your nest egg be enough to keep you from becoming a burden on your kids in your later years?
But you are here – on our website – trying to learn and get informed so that you can get it right. You aren’t too proud to admit you might have more to learn, even after earning the success that has given you the opportunity to retire.
This Stage Of Life Needs Its Own Guide
An updated estate plan lifts the weight off your shoulders and lets you pursue fun activities with total peace of mind.