Many of us look forward to the day when we’ll be spending time with the Grandkids and not time sitting in traffic on the way to the office. However, retirement does not simply begin at 65; it’s a journey that begins today.
GASCU encourages you to uncover your needs and long-term goals, and then build a financial plan, that will help you to uncover:
- Which investment strategy is appropriate for you, your family, and your future
- Review the investment vehicles used to build a retirement nest egg
- Discuss risk assessment, time horizon and review various asset allocation models
- Help you understand the ups-and-downs of the market and how they may affect your long and short-term goals
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