The year 2020 is half over, and what a year it has been so far! I think it is safe to say that it has been six months of craziness with the changing economic conditions and all of the retirement rule and law changes that have occurred. So what has happened so far this year, and how do you adapt properly and take advantage to improve your retirement plan for the rest of the year?
2020 has been one of the craziest times periods I have ever seen. Obviously, it has been a historic year so far regarding the pandemic and all that has happened in our country and all over the world. These events have caused a complete disruption of everyone’s professional and personal lives. And of course, these events have caused many financial changes, which can and will have major effects on most pre-retirees and retirees.
So since we are at the midpoint of 2020, it is a great time to review all of the financial and retirement planning changes that have occurred so far this year in order to get you ready and help you adapt properly for the rest of the year. Many of these changes will have major effects on almost all pre-retirees and retirees. These rule and law changes will require you to make some changes and adjustments. But they also can provide you with some very unique and timely planning opportunities for the future.
So visit the Prepare Institute website to find a local retirement course or online webinar to attend to learn of all the major rule and law changes that you must know about, and to be informed of the planning opportunities to improve your retirement plan going forward.
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