Did you know that October is National Retirement Security Awareness month? Having it in the month of Halloween seems right to me because many people find thinking about retirement a little scary. Will you have enough to retire comfortably, how will you fill your time when you aren’t working, where will you live? These questions, especially this year, with all its uncertainty, can be scary.

When it comes to complicated matters like intentionally planning the life you want in retirement, it’s important to step back a little. I can help you break down big retirement concepts into smaller, more manageable bites, built on a strategy that reflects your values. Together we can create a mission statement on your ideal retirement, then develop strategic objectives to help move along the path.

There’s nothing to fear, just increased confidence and hope for a bright retirement future.

Here are some articles I found insightful—enjoy them, and please don’t hesitate to reach out with your thoughts; I’d love to hear from you.

How To Simplify Your Decision Making Process For Retirement Planning

Oct. 13, 2020

When it comes to retirement, we can get stuck on strategies that aren’t working, or want someone…

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Finding the Right Path in an Up-and-Down Market

Oct. 12, 2020

The bear market came and went in a hurry as the pandemic took hold, replaced by a bull market that has looked increasingly fragile…

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Thinking of Quitting Your Job? Here’s What Working Mothers Should Know.

Oct. 11, 2020

As the pandemic has some women leaving the workforce to assume full-time childcare duties,…

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What Does Retirement Look Like in a Pandemic?

Oct. 9, 2020

Just as the pandemic has upended the lives of students and workers, it is derailing the plans of…

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Video: Five Rules for Parents to Make Better Decisions During the Pandemic

Oct. 9, 2020

Best-selling author and Brown University economics professor Emily Oster talks with Bloomberg…

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