Avoid These 5 Mistakes in Your Retirement Plan

Do you have all your bases covered to pave the way for 30 years of retirement? Or does your plan have a big hole?

If you’re new to retirement, you can expect to make some mistakes. It’s all unexplored territory for you, after all, and you’ll have to figure out some things as you go.

But you can learn a lot from the experiences of those who’ve gone before you—and that’s especially important when it comes to your finances. Too many stumbles and surprises could take a toll on your hard-earned nest egg.

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David Kanani, Investment Adviser Representative
President, Kanani Advisory Group

David Kanani is the president of Kanani Advisory Group. He has passed his Series 7 and Series 65 securities exams, and is also licensed to sell life insurance and annuity products. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Louisville.