Tag Archives: retirement

Financial Planning & the Retirement Earworm. Call for The End.

At last, a headline that helps us progress, moving us to change the later life narrative with respect to the issue of financial planning. “Longevity planning will be a central mission for advisers of the future.” In a brief July 22, 2019 article in Investment News with this headline, Ryan W. Neal cites their recent

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Longevity and the Future of Work: A Book Review

The Talent Revolution is the title of a new book by Lisa Taylor and Fern Lebo (with what we always expect in a business book) the sub-title Longevity and the Future of Work. It is that part that I fixed my mind onto in my read, as it is what distinguishes this well constructed book

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IFA 2018 Conference. Towards a Decade of Healthy Ageing, Last Reflections

#ifaTO2018 One thing I anticipate when attending a professional event such as the International Federation on Ageing (IFA) 14th conference some six weeks ago, is to take in presentations with an eye and ear open for a study in contrasts. This works either in the same presentation or between several sessions over three days, either

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Financial Planning Season. Tripping Over the Awkward R Word

For how many years now, have we heard ourselves say that the pre-Christmas selling season starts far too early? By the time we get over the final echo of the last holiday ad jingle that seems to leave a ringing in our ears well in to January, that other selling season begins – financial planning

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