Americans are on track to live longer than initially thought possible, and soon financial planners could be managing six generations in a single family with some of the older generations doing as much exploring as their descendants.
That’s according to research by Ken Dychtwald, CEO and founder of Age Wave, who studies aging and financial habits in America.
Ken found that there are four sub-phases that require different approaches to client money management in retirement. They are:
- Anticipation phase
- Liberation/disorientation phase
- Reinvention phase
- Reflection/resolution phase
We dive deeper into these four phases on today’s show and how they can relate to your life. Listen to the entire show and use the timestamps below to find specific segments.
[2:58] – Anticipation
[4:27] – Liberation/disorientation
[6:21] – Reinvention
[10:47] – Reflection/resolution
[13:00] – Legacy
[15:43] – Personality groups
Thanks for checking out the Your Retirement Elevated Podcast. We’ll talk to you again on the next show.