Your Retirement Income Depends on the Software You Use

Adjunct Professor Steve Parrish
The American College of Financial Services
Forbes
March 26, 2020

With technology ever-present and at our fingertips all the time, many people planning for their retirement lean on different apps, sites, or software packages to tell them what to do. As with anything else, relying on technology to make decisions for you, without taking the proper steps and precautions, can do retirement plans more harm than good.

Retirement Income Center co-director Steve Parrish says the secret to using software to plan your retirement is to make multiple assumptions and look ahead to several different possible scenarios.

Read more in Parrish’s latest piece in Forbes.

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