Smoky Mountain Trader

July 11, 2019

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Or, if permitted, should you keep the assets in your old employer's plan? Or perhaps you should roll over the money into an IRA? A financial advisor can help you explore these options to determine which one is most appropriate for your needs. Death of a spouse – Obviously, the death of a spouse is a huge emotional blow, but it does not have to be a financial one – especially if you've prepared by having the correct benefi- ciary named on retirement accounts and life insurance policies. Your financial advisor can help ensure you have taken these steps. Retirement – Even after you retire, you'll have some important investment decisions to make. For one thing, you'll need to establish a suitable withdrawal strategy so you don't deplete your retirement accounts too soon. Also, you still need to balance your invest- ment mix in a way that provides at least enough growth potential to keep you ahead of inflation. Again, a financial advisor can help you in these areas. 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