How could a financial advisor help a new client who wants to retire, but hasn’t saved much, doesn’t know how much to set aside and worries about running out of money in old age?

He or she might start by delivering some hard truths, namely that it’s time to push ‘reset’ on the planning button and look for new ways to boost income and rein in spending. The hardest truth of all may be that the client has to delay their retirement by working a few extra years.  These conversations are taking place in advisors’ offices all across America.

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