When it comes to managing your investments in retirement, the author of today’s article notes that “hiring a financial advisor can set you back 1 percent or more of your investable assets – if you have $250,000, you’ll spend $2,500 per year in expenses. That’s money that could have gone toward reinvesting and growing assets, taking a vacation, paying taxes, enjoying local theater or exploring new restaurants.” So if you instead choose to go it alone, what do you need to know about managing your own investments? CLICK HERE.
Managing Your Investments In Retirement: What To Know When You’re Doing It Yourself
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