Money Aside, 5 Questions to Answer Before You Retire

When getting your ducks in a row for retirement, you've got to know a lot more than how you’re going to pay for your new life. You've got to decide what kind of life you're going to lead.

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As the days draw down to retirement, people tend to get excited. They envision leisurely mornings on the deck with coffee, taking that European riverboat cruise, playing endless golf on green, sun-filled courses, or simply spending more time with family and friends.

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Kevin Webb, CFP®
Financial Adviser, Kehoe Financial Advisors

Kevin Webb is a financial adviser, insurance professional and Certified Financial Planner™ at Kehoe Financial Advisors in Cincinnati.  Webb works with individuals and small businesses, offering comprehensive financial planning, including Social Security strategies, along with tax, retirement, investment and estate advice. He is a fiduciary, ensuring that he acts in his clients’ best interests.