John J. Grande, CFP; Traudy F. Grande, CFP; and John S. Grande, CFP

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Comprehensive analysis is key to plentiful retirement

July 30, 2017

For physicians with 15 or 20 years left to work before retirement, the planning is easy­­–as time is on their side. Adjustments can be made regarding savings rates, age of retirement, and future cash flow needs. When retirement is imminent within three years, the planning options are limited, and physicians must become realistic about what is mathematically feasible as far as generating sustainable cash flow to support their lifestyle. Here are some issues for physicians who are facing retirement within three years or less.