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  • David Howell of Guardian Wealth Management writes
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      Aviva set to table £5bn offer for Friends Life? In our industry, mergers and acquisitions are commonplace. Friends Life itself only began in 2011, as an amalgamation of Friends Provident plc, the majority of the AXA UK Life insurance …

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Retirement Planning – Qatar

Retirement Planning – Qatar

Retirement planning is an important element of your wealth management and financial planning strategy. After you’ve spent your life working hard to provide for yourself and your family, you deserve to look forward to a happy retirement where you can relax and enjoy the fruits of your life’s labour. Retirement planning can be a huge worry for those who feel that they may have left investing for their old age too late. By seeking advice from a professional financial advisor, you can help to reduce the worry and start making plans for your retirement.

The fear factor is a very real issue for people who realise, as they reach middle age, that retirement is fast approaching.

Some of the concerns these people face and the issues they need to address include:

  • How much money do you need for retirement? People are living much longer and are surviving well in to their nineties or beyond.
  • How do you ensure that there is an ongoing income when a partner dies? This is often a concern for women, as they are more likely to live longer than men.
  • How will inflation and currency fluctuations affect a fixed income?
  • What about care costs for you or your partner?

On top of these common fears, many people who thought they had made a provision through an employer’s pension scheme realise the scheme is running on empty.

Retirement Options and Advice

When it comes to retirement planning, the options are simple – you can either take responsibility for funding your own retirement and treat any state provision and inheritance as a bonus, or sit back and hope for the best.

Our team of professional financial advisors at Guardian Wealth Management would clearly suggest that the former is the better course of action. If you want to feel secure about your retirement future, it’s imperative that you take positive action rather than leaving anything to chance.

As with any financial planning matter or wealth management strategy, securing expert, advice is the best way to ensure that you understand all of your options.

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