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Saving for retirement is one of the most popular topics that clients want to discuss with their financial advisers. In fact, Boston Private's recent WHY of Wealth Survey found that preparing for a comfortable retirement was the most important factor driving the wealth planning efforts for nearly a third of all high-net-worth respondents.

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Kathleen Kenealy, CFP®, CPWA®
Senior Wealth Adviser, Boston Private, an SVB company

Kathleen Kenealy, CFP®, CPWA® is the Director of Financial Planning and a senior wealth adviser for Boston Private, an SVB company. She specializes in working with successful individuals and families to manage, protect and grow their assets. Kenealy provides guidance on investment, retirement, philanthropic, estate and tax-planning strategies.