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Check These Retirement-Planning Blind Spots Before “Pulling The Rip Cord”

2019-09-22 18_37_48-Person Riding on Motorcycle · Free Stock PhotoIndividuals tend to retire when the market (and their portfolio balances) are up. However, as today’s article observes, “even though people often retire after periods of strong market returns, that, somewhat counterintuitively, tends to reduce their portfolios’ sustainability rather than enhance it.” This is one of the five retirement-planning blind spots that can catch retirees off-guard that the author details. For more on these blind spots to check before “pulling the rip cord” and leaving the working world for retirement, CLICK HERE.