Whether it is a full retirement from work or an early retirement at an earlier age, planning your retirement is an important task that involves the way the retiree and their family will live their lives and the financial sources available to them after the actual retirement.
Planning includes a number of variables, the foremost of which is planning financial continuity. A man or a woman may live for many years after their retirement.
These highlight the fact that retirement far from marks the end of life, quite the opposite. Most people will spend a considerable portion of their life in retirement, about a quarter of their lifespan on average.
An educated plan is essential to make this time pleasant and comfortable.
On the personal level, retirement is perceived, on the one hand, as positive because it allows one to spend time on things they always wanted to do.
On the other hand, it imposes on a person a new way of life to adjust to.
Financially, retirement usually marks a decline in income. Psychologically, there might be a sense of financial strain and a fear of loss of independence.
Research performed among retirees show that up to 60% of them report they do not enjoy their retirement due to financial difficulties.
Most people do not realize that they will live as pensioners for decades to come and this lack of awareness for life in retirement, as well as the problems retirees face, usually lead to a lack of planning and proper preparation.
Among other things, Azimuth for Retirement supplies a high quality professional set of services for retirees, both through retirement conferences and workshops for groups and, on the personal level, through personalized advisory services.
Our diverse of professionals are carefully chosen from a group of the leading Israeli experts. We have a skilled team with many years of experience that can supply optimal solutions for the economic issues as well as tax issues that retirement entails.