The COVID-19 pandemic continues to leave an indelible mark on individuals and businesses across the globe, sustaining an extended period of economic uncertainty as we enter 2021. During these times, it is natural for soon-to-be retirees to become anxious and question whether they have prepared sufficiently for their golden years or if they should consider delaying retirement plans to a later date. While there is no right answer that will apply to every individual in every type of circumstance, it is important you focus your attention on the parts of your retirement plans that you can control during uncertain times.
Following are five critical steps to consider as you get closer to your planned retirement date, whenever that may be today, next year or a decade from now.
About the Author: Brendan T. Hayes is a financial planner with Provenance Wealth Advisors (PWA), an Independent Registered Investment Advisor affiliated with Berkowitz Pollack Brant Advisors + CPAs and a registered representative with Raymond James Financial Services. He can be reached at the firm’s Boca Raton, Fla., office at (561) 361-2001 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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