Free webinar: Retirement in the New Normal – what you need to know

If in the new normal, you think your biggest challenge is deciding where you will retire, think again!

 

The world changed in 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic took hold and transformed our lives forever. In terms of planning for retirement, old certainties were replaced with worrying unknowns.

 

Retirement isn’t just where; it is how and when too.

 

Having decided where and when you want to retire and what you want to do, you not only need to make sure that you can afford to, but also make sure that you will be allowed to live in your chosen location.

 

Retirement means moving from money coming in, to money going out, and understanding what your retirement cashflow looks like is essential.

 

In this webinar, Ian Black, AAM’s Director of Global Wealth Structuring, will review the changes the pandemic has brought to the Global Retirement landscape and will discuss the factors you need to consider when deciding where and when to retire, and how Cash Flow modelling can help ensure that you can enjoy your retirement with peace of mind.

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