New Year’s Retirement Advice: The 5 Things Not To Do

Written on January 10, 2015

Gerriann Fagan, president of Warren Averett Workplace, was quoted in this article below  published in Now It Counts. To view the full article, click here.

When it comes to New Year’s retirement advice, these are valuable things not to do.

Here’s a twist on New Year’s retirement advice — here are the five things not to do.

I don’t know what it is about the end of the year, but it makes us all reflect on our lives and make resolutions and vow to get the most out of the following year.

I think that’s especially true for those of us over 50 who are planning for retirement and trying to take steps to be ready.

There’s so much advice out there, and it can be overwhelming. Do this and do that. And don’t do this.

What should we follow that will make a difference. There’s so many lists out there, but there a lot of good advice that doesn’t necessarily make a list either.

To view the full article, click here.

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