Opinion: How Retirement Planning Needs to Change in the New Year

The American College of Financial Services
December 28, 2020

As 2021 arrives, the conditions of the past year and the road ahead will both play a part in how those at or nearing retirement spend and save. What exactly will they need to change, and what will advisors need to consider, given these changing conditions?

College financial experts Michael Finke, David Blanchett, and Wade Pfau look at how retirement planning may need to change in the new year in this piece from MarketWatch.

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