5 Financial Mistakes Boomers Should Avoid Before You Retire
Time to retire? Trying to make sure all your ducks are in a row?
I can relate. This is certainly not the time to make the wrong financial moves.
I came across this article in Yahoo Finance and thought it was important to share it with my customers since most of us are considering retirement.
You must avoid these financial mistakes as you are preparing to retire. These could be the key to making or breaking you. Anyway, who wants to work 40 years, build your nest egg and then make financial decisions that either make you have to go to work again part time or causes you to change your lifestyle altogether.
...I don't and I don't think you do either.
Here are the 5 fiancial mistake every boomer should be on the look out for...
1. 'Upsizing' your spending
2. Taking on too much risk
3. Not taking on enough risk
4. Taking shortcuts on insurance
5. Assuming longevity
While these may not seem that impactful, they really are. Just one move in the wrong direction could be devastating to the retiring baby boomer.
After your finish reading this post, head on over to Yahoo Finance to get the rest of this story.
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