The traditional approach to retirement planning has centered on the specific requirements of an individual or couple. When planning for retirement, many overlook the possibility that they will need to assist their grown offspring, parents, or siblings. But today’s families are more reliant than ever before. While this has many positive aspects, it can also make retirement planning more difficult.
It is especially crucial for retirees over 65 to make the most of all applicable tax savings opportunities. That is particularly true if you are living on a fixed income. Some of you will need to earn a living from your retirement funds. It’s easier said than done to preserve one’s financial standing in retirement.