When it comes to retirement, you’re going to need to stick to a plan.
With life expectancy and lifestyle expectations on the increase, getting ready to step back from the workforce requires careful planning.
Jo Matthews, Financial adviser at Future Step, suggests that retirement planning should really start in the mid-40s.
“You can’t just pluck an age out of the air and set it as a hard date for retirement. The decisions you make now will have a huge impact on the quality of your retirement,” she says.
At Future Step, we have a step-by-step process for helping you kick back with peace of mind.