Scenario Planning for a Complex Retirement Outlook

Nawrocki, Tom
December 2011
Journal of Financial Planning;Dec2011, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p22
Academic Journal
The article focuses on how to manage scenarios related to retirement planning. It states that because of the economic conditions that changed the retirement scenarios, clients are already needing guidance for navigating their retirement plan. It also says that clients should be greatly inclined in making adjustments for their retirement plans, considering the new investing environment. Meanwhile, it mentions that although almost all of the issues on retirement can be solved as early as the time they arise, clients rather prefer not to address their legacy concerns unless their retirement age is already near.


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