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People in their 50s often start thinking about their retirement, but - unfortunately - most of them have more than ten years to go until they can hang their coats. Whether you are self-employed and are thinking about selling or passing on your business, or are still working full time, you will have to review your financial priorities, so you can afford what you want to do after you retire. Below you will find a few investment options to consider. 

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Property

If you already own your home, you might want to increase its value, so you will have more money left over once you have downsized and the kids have become independent. However, if you are still paying your mortgage, you might want to get a better deal, so you can buy extra rental real estate that will top up your income, so you can save up more for your retirement.

Self-Managed Funds 

If you have a pension portfolio or 401K plan, it might be time to review how it is going. If you have been trusting the company to make the decisions for you, and you are unhappy with the growth of your money, you can move your money into a self-managed fund that will help you maximize your profits and keep an eye on your investments.

Pension 

In case you feel like you are getting old, and you would like to retire early, you might want to get a full pension review. Several companies offer pension investment options that are tailored to your needs, and come with a full growth prediction. If your current portfolio doesn’t allow you to live the lifestyle you want to in a few years, you might need to step up your game and get an additional pension or retirement insurance in place. 

Stocks 

Those who are familiar with the stock market or trading can choose a safe and profitable investment method to suit their style and preferences. It is important that you learn how to analyze reports, such as the non farm payrolls and industry predictions. No matter if you are a newbie, there are plenty of training platforms that allow you to try trading before you buy stocks with your money.

Insurance 

At this age, if you don’t have a life or health insurance that covers you for your old age, it might be time to get one arranged. While you will be charged more than a 30-year old, but you can still pick up a deal. It is also important that you make a will, so your solicitor knows what to do with the payouts in case the worst happens or you are diagnosed with a long term condition. 

If you want to make sure that you are making your money work for you during your retirement, you have to learn smart and safe investment methods. While you don’t want to take unnecessary risks, you want to maximize the returns on your investment, so you can travel the world, relocate, or live a life free from financial worries.

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Hi there! I am Denny, a personal finance blogger and I love to share tips related to managing finance for a better living. Follow my blog for lots of fresh and exciting tactics to control your finances.
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