How much risk should I be taking during retirement?

There are three phases of everyone's financial life: Accumulation, Preservation and Distribution. When entering retirement, you are moving from the "Accumulation" phase of life in to the "Preservation" phase of life.

Will you need additional income outside of pensions or Social Security? Do you hope to pass your money on to your loved ones and beneficiaries? Determining the proper allocation of money to "safe" assets vs. "risk" assets in retirement is a pivotal factor in helping you protect your assets and produce reliable income, while still taking advantage of growth opportunities.

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It is important to fully understand your current situation and work with a financial planning firm that will help make sure your assets are properly invested and managed.

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