Retirement Date May Not Be Up to You
In the recent EBRI Retirement Confidence Study, a large percentage of retirees reported leaving the workforce earlier than planned (48% in 2017). Many retirees who retired earlier than planned cite hardships for leaving the workforce when they did, including health problems or disability, changes at their company, such as downsizing or closure, and having to care for a spouse or another family member. Others say changes in the skills required for their job or other work-related reasons played a role.
In other words, even if you plan to retire at an ideal age, you may be forced to have a Plan B. Because you may not get to choose when to retire, in our free webinar on May 23, we cover how you can be prepared in case something happens that causes you to retire earlier than you had planned. See below about how to REGISTER NOW.
The webinar is free, but you have to REGISTER to get the log-in instructions. Go here to REGISTER NOW!