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Jun 5, 2020

One result of the economic downturn is that some companies are making “early retirement” offers, in hopes of cutting expenses.  But, as a story in Kiplinger points out, these proposals sometimes come “too early and with too few zeros” to justify an actual retirement.  Kevin explains what he would recommend his listeners to consider, if they receive a buy-out offer? 

While there’s never a good time for a market downturn, J-P Morgan’s Anne Lester says it’s especially bad if the downturn hits early in your retirement…Since we have no control over when markets go up or down, how do we guard against that?


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