Most of the financial advice you see focuses on telling individuals what they need to do to be a success in retirement.
But it’s just as important — maybe more important — for people to know what not to do.
Indeed, there are mistakes you can make that cannot be undone. I’m not exaggerating when I call these blunders significant, because they really can considerably impact your retirement plan.
When people ask me what they should do to help safeguard their future, I start by urging them to avoid these three potentially damaging situations: