Edward Storer, President and Founder of Edward Storer & Associates, Asks How Do You Know If You’re Saving Enough For Retirement?
Greenville, SC— August 9, 2016 — Edward Storer, President and Founder of Edward Storer & Associates, published a new article entitled, “How Do I Know If I’m Saving Enough For Retirement?” In the article, he encourages readers to first decide what sort of retirement lifestyle they’d like to have in order to answer the question, “How do I know if I’m saving enough for retirement?”
Storer says, “Throughout the process of retirement planning, one thing remains clear: you’ve got to know how much you need before you can begin to adequately execute you retirement plan. So, as a follow up question to “how do I know if I’m saving enough?” ask yourself what sort of retirement lifestyle do I want to have? Do I want to see the world? Do I want to mostly stay around home to be with family and friends? Do I hope to take up any new hobbies or projects? Do I want to stay in my current home? Would I like to donate to charities or non-profits? After a series of these sorts of questions, you’ll be able to bring your projected retirement lifestyle into focus, and plan accordingly.”
Edward Storer is President and Founder of Edward Storer & Associates located in Greenville, South Carolina. Edward is a financial wealth strategist, an independent fiduciary, Certified Tax Coach, investment advisor, insurance advisor, and a retirement and estate-planning specialist. For more than 25 years, he has been helping clients plan “to and through retirement.” Edward Storer & Associates has been in business since 2003 and serves the greater Greenville area.
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