Below are five frequently asked questions we hear from people when we first meet with them to discuss their retirement plan.
What are the biggest financial mistakes people make when it comes to retirement?
Many people don’t begin saving early enough. And if they start saving early, they often make the mistake of not putting money away consistently.
How do I get started?
You will want to make sure you’re working with a firm like GLP that will meet with you consistently.
You may think you can’t afford to invest in retirement. We specialize in showing people where they can find that money and use it to build toward their retirement goals.
It’s never too late to start putting money away for your retirement. We can get started today. All you have to do is call us at (877) 457-9467.
What’s the No. 1 thing that can derail retirement?
A catastrophic incident and we have solutions for that. Consider a situation where a person is diagnosed with a chronic illness or critical injury. Maybe it’s terminal.
Life insurance with living benefits is what you’ll want should such an unfortunate situation arise. In the event that a person becomes ill or injured, the living benefit will pay for those needs. Your retirement savings will remain intact.
How do I know if I have enough life insurance? How do I know if I have the right kind?
We work with our clients to understand their situation and customize their insurance to their needs. As a full-service financial firm, we look at the big picture and make sure our clients are putting money in the right places for their goals.
How do I know when I can actually retire?
There’s no better feeling than telling a client they’re able to retire if they wish – that they’re set financially to have a secure and happy retirement that meets their goals.
We can do this because of custom software we developed that gives us the ability to analyze the sources of income our clients can count on in retirement. We use it to show them where they want to be and match that up against where they are so they can understand when it makes the most sense to retire.