Amyr Rocha-Lima on the psychology of retirement part 3: The impact of retirement

Part 3 of 3

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In the final edition of this three-part series, Chartered financial planner Amyr Rocha-Lima discusses the impact retirement can have on clients and suggests what may help them adjust to a different way of living

Men and women today may well live into their eighties and beyond. That means retirees in their mid-sixties could have a couple more decades to live. So how do we help our clients to make the most of the time they'll have available to them? As financial planners we can help our clients manage their expectations as to what retirement will be like for them - both the positive and negative aspects it may bring. By helping our clients to understand the psychological aspects of retirement, we can better prepare them for a new chapter in their lives. We've already explored The 6 Stages of Re...

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