Your To-Do List For Retirement

List MakingToday’s article brings us a short and sweet retirement checklist to complete before you get your retirement party. Here’s one item you’ll want to take care of, “while you were working, your employer may have handled your investments, and they were probably focused on growth. Now is the time to shift to a more conservative asset allocation, perhaps by putting more money in bonds or selling your high-flying social network stocks and investing in lower growth but more stable telephone, utility or industrial companies. The idea is to keep a balance of investments that are not too risky or conservative and will offer the best odds of keeping the money flowing in your later years.” To read more, CLICK HERE.