Retirement Planning That May Help You Enjoy Your Second Childhood

Given inflation, rising interest rates and a possible recession, how can near-retirees feel confident that their planning will help ensure a fun and secure retirement?

An older man and two older women are at the beach, laughing as sea gulls fly around above them.
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Traveling. Spending more time with your children and grandchildren. Taking up dancing. Volunteering more. These are just a few ways that retirees might want to spend their retirement. Some nearing retirement may be wondering how their retirement planning can achieve these with a fluctuating market, inflation and a looming recession.

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Ken Moraif, MBA, CFP®, CRPC®
CEO and Senior Adviser, Retirement Planners of America

Ken Moraif is the CEO and founder of Retirement Planners of America (RPOA), a Dallas-based wealth management and investment firm with over $3.58 billion in assets under management and serving 6,635 households in 48 states (as of Dec. 31, 2023).