How to think about longer life expectancy when it comes to your retirement planning.
A NEW WAY OF THINKING ABOUT
Life expectancy keeps going up in Australia and that means we all have to think about our retirement in new and different ways.
It used to be that retirement planning was considered "short-term" but as many people live longer, it's important to shift how we think about retirement. It's become a long-term target.
This is something we talk about actively at Yield and in this month's Step Ahead we include a link to a guide on how to plan for longer lives along with an opinion piece James McFall was asked to provide about the issues we face in Financial Planning and how Yield is responding to them.
In addition to this, take the
time to watch our video about Life insurance. At a time when there is only bad press about the practices of life insurance brokers coming out in the Royal Commission, it is timely to reflect on its importance.
Currently we have a massive under insurance problem in this country and the impact in the end of underinsurance is for real families like yours, so it needs to remain a topic we do not ignore.
If you would like to discuss any of the issues raised, just respond to this email.
To your prosperous retirement! James and the team at Yield
How to plan your finances for longer lives
Did you know that the average life expectancy for both men and women in Australia continues to rise?
Learn more about how you can put a longer life, and a longer retirement, into perspective.
What is a full financial plan and how can it help you keep your eye on the long game? We map out scenarios so you can see how different strategies can improve your financial situation.
We noticed that this video wasn't included in your email last month. Sorry for the confusion. Please take a look!
Yield Video: Why life insurance?
Because even though life expectancy is going up in general, it still pays to plan for the unexpected. Help ensure the financial well-being of your family.
Have a question about your retirement plans?
Whether you're planning to retire in the next few years or the next 10, it's always good to have a plan. Call James and the team at Yield to day to learn more about planning for a prosperous and enjoyable retirement.