You may have a vision for your retirement, and you may even be working towards making that vision a reality right now. Beware though, that without the proper knowledge you may be leading yourself down a slippery road. Financial advisors can help direct you down the path that you wish to go down, and they have the knowledge base to protect you from the silent killers, that have thwarted many a successful retirement.
Don’t let the silent killers get your vision!
Retirement Silent Killers
What are these silent killers, and how can you protect yourself?
Well I can’t express enough how pivotal a financial advisor is to your retirement plans, because they are well versed in these silent killers, and how they can strike at your retirement.
Taxes and risk are fairly self-explanatory. Taxes can hit your retirement plans in many different ways, especially with qualified plans, in which the money that has yet to be taxed.
Risk occurs while you keep your money in the ever fluctuating market, and your retirement is constantly at risk.
Uncertainty comes from doing nothing because you are unsure of where to start. By doing nothing, and hoping that your retirement figures itself out, you are putting everything at risk, and most likely losing a good chunk of the investments you have already made. This is hurting your retirement through inactivity.
Along these lines, inactivity is making some effort towards putting together a retirement plan, and never referring to it again; you are putting your retirement at risk by being inactive. Any retirement plan needs an annual review. Financial advisors create and maintain a strong relationship with clients so as to help with any potential future issues with your plan, and to conduct an annual review.
To those currently in the market, I ask you:
Do you want to lose all of your money, some of your money, or no money?
If you don’t want to lose any money I urge you to fill out a contact form, and schedule a consultation with me today.