Why 65 as an age for retirement has not been relevant for a long time…

Hardeep Tawakley
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Planning for retirement today is much more than simply stopping work at 65. In fact, notes Canada Life's technical director Andrew Tully, there are questions as to whether the figure of 65 is event relevant for retirement anymore, as individuals live longer, and the impact this has in terms of investing for retirement too. 

We explore the issues facing the industry and the rise of clients facing complex financial challenges in our exclusive Remodelling Retirement video series below.

Click here to learn how Canada Life and IFA peers are moving back to basics in order to ensure client retirement plans remain on track. With exclusive research on five new retirement journeys advisers should prepare for post-Covid, you can access the Remodelling Retirement guide here.

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