A checklist to help you consider all the factors
Regardless of when you plan to retire, there are some key considerations that can make the transition to life after work smoother. A retirement checklist can help you keep track of the details and focus on the decisions that have to be made. Here are some things to consider if you are nearing retirement:
Of course, your planning doesn’t have to stop with retirement. Through effective estate planning, you can protect the assets you worked so hard to build and provide for your family in the future.
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