Retirement is, for many, the culmination of their life’s work. As their financial advisor, you’ve been helping your clients strategize and plan for that milestone. But what happens if what you’ve been planning for changes right before the goal line? We’re seeing that today in the world of retirement income.
Retirement policy, interest rates and market volatility have made retirement planning more challenging for clients and advisors alike. What are the philosophies, opportunities and challenges you need to be aware of to help your clients navigate decumulation in today’s environment?
In this episode, we’re joined by Jamie Hopkins, Director of Retirement Research at Carson Coaching and co-creator of the Retirement Income Certified Professional (RICP) designation. Jamie discusses the opportunities and challenges associated with creating retirement income in this new environment, including how to help shift the mindset of individuals to adapt to these changes.The IRS recently announced that it will allow plan sponsors to pay out pensions as a lump sum to plan participants. In this video BMO Global Asset Management discusses what considerations should be made by plan sponsors and plan participants before choosing lump sum as an option.
The IRS recently announced that it will allow plan sponsors to pay out pensions as a lump sum to plan participants. In this video BMO Global Asset Management discusses what considerations should be made by plan sponsors and plan participants before choosing lump sum as an option.
Recent data show that the retirement savings of millennial and baby boomer women continue to lag behind their male peers.
As life expectancy numbers continue to increase, the need for more careful and more precise financial planning for retirement has increased with it. A startup called Genivity, one of the winners of BMO's 1871 FinTech partnership program in 2017, is helping financial advisors have better conversations with their clients by incorporating health history insights into the financial planning process.
Determining a Social Security strategy can be one of the most complicated processes that people across the U.S. face as they reach retirement. Learn the ins and outs of claiming Social Security and the role you can play in the process as a financial advisor.
With the cost of healthcare steadily rising across America, planning for this expense has become a focal point in many financial plans. Learn how investors and their advisors can turn to health savings accounts, and their tax benefits to address the specific cost in retirement.