16 September 2020 | Comment | Article by Suzanne Browne
Guide to Post-COVID-19 Retirement Planning
Welcome to our Guide to Post-COVID-19 Retirement Planning.
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The coronavirus pandemic, and resulting financial fall-out, has caused considerable stress for many – making it difficult to decide about how and when to retire.
It has changed our concept of retirement and how we make decisions about our retirement plans based on short-term events and circumstances, and for many of us, this will have long-term consequences for our financial wellbeing and retirement.
In order to get the best retirement planning outcomes, it is now necessary to have a strategy that gives more choices and greater flexibility.
Regardless of what retirement looks like to you, the key is to be in a position financially to enjoy this time of your life, while making sure you don’t outlive your retirement savings.
If you’re on the path to or currently in retirement, you will want to make sure your money goes the distance.
This magazine is packed with practical tips and advice to help you.
If you require any further assistance from our Independent Financial Advice team, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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