No one said it would be easy to plan for a retirement that could last two, three or even four decades. But the truth is, with earnest planning and discipline, there are many factors you can control and ways to prepare for those you can't.
Before you can map out where you're going, you need to know where you are right now. Whether you're nearing or already retired, or years away, speak with your Advisor and go over your current portfolio, savings rate and future goals.
The conversation will be different, depending on your stage of life.
S. Katherine Roy
Chief Retirement Strategist & Head of Individual Retirement for J.P. MorganKatherine's Biography
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