You may have been taught that your approach to investing should change dramatically post-retirement, simply because you are older. Generally this advice is based upon the assumption that your financial planning horizon is getting very short. But with people living longer, the “retirement years” may now stretch to 20 or 30 years, clearly suggesting investors should continue to take a long term approach. Also, many seniors intend to pass some of their wealth on to future generations, extending the investment planning horizon even further.
This three-part series, presented by Emerson Hartzler, pro bono financial advisor, will expose this and other “myths” and provide practical and understandable strategies for retirement investing.
• Session #1 Understanding the stock market
• Session #2 Taming the emotions that hurt investments
• Session #3 Withdrawing funds during retirement
This program will be hosted using the meeting software Zoom. A Johnson County Library staff member will contact registrants via the email you registered with the day of the program with instructions on how to access the Zoom meeting. You do not need to download any software or create an account.