Navigating a clear course toward your financial security.

Step 1. Setting your Retirement Goals

Start setting your retirement goals by creating a list of thirty goals on a sheet of paper.  We suggest thirty as the number to begin planning your retirement goals as the first ten goals will be easy to identify, the next ten will be somewhat harder to recognize, and the last ten will make you discover your inner retirement dreams.  If you have a life partner, you should each create a list of retirement goals independently, and then compare them afterwards.  An important step in setting your goals is to actually write them down so that you can honor the full impact of the goals on your life.

The next step in setting retirement goals is to arrange them into groups of short, medium, and long-term objectives.  Short-term goals occur during the first year of retirement.  Medium-term goals occur within the two through five-year range.  Long-term goals might be more than five years out.  Then assign a dollar amount to each goal where appropriate.


Continue to Step 2.  Assessing your Current Financial Position

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