Retirement planning mistakes
There are a number of retirement planning mistakes people make as they plan for life after work. Some are more avoidable than others, but with proper planning all can be avoided.
Read the articles below to understand what the common pitfalls are and how to avoid them:
- If you’re wondering whether you should wait to invest, read this.
- Is not thinking about retirement an excuse? You might want to read this.
- Here are the risks of not having a plan for life after retirement.
- This is probably one of the biggest mistakes DIY investors (and some advisers) make when investing.
- Having only one objective in mind is a mistake. Read more about how I tried to help one couple avoid this pitfall.
- We all make assumptions; it allows us to get through the day. However, these five retirement planning misconceptions might be costing you.
- And as well as assumptions, we are also prone to cognitive biases. These two particular biases may end up costing you in retirement.
- Business owners are particularly prone to make this retirement planning mistake.
- Additionally, here are three more retirement planning mistakes business owners are prone to making.
- If you are a couple, not planning together is a common retirement mistake.
- Sometimes doing nothing is the best strategy, but as goalkeepers know, it’s not always easy to stand and watch.
- Here are 10 reasons why you won’t be able to retire when you wish to, as well as what to do about it.
- This article states why I believe investing in shares directly is a loser’s game.