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You have dreams for retirement — but if you’re like most people, you’re not entirely sure how to make sure they come true. Dreaming about the traveling you’ll do one day or the extra time you’ll have with your family isn’t the same as ensuring that you have a plan in place to make these dreams a reality. That’s where Peninsula Wealth comes in.

What’s next…

Everyone’s dreams for retirement are different, and they start by building upon your current standard of living. Our team will work with you to understand your particular vision and build a plan that puts you on a path towards achieving that vision and more. We’ll set goals, invest in the future, and develop a plan for income after your day-to-day work has ended. Whatever your dreams for retirement, what we do together today can help achieve those dreams.


Here are a few things to consider when thinking about retirement:
  • How old do I want to be when I retire?
  • When will my partner stop working?
  • Will I stop working entirely or will I work part-time?
  • What will my life look like after I stop working? What will I want to do?
  • Will I need to provide for any other members of my family in my retirement?
  • What will my long term healthcare look like?
As your partners in retirement planning we’ll work with you to consider:
  • Income strategies and pension planning
  • Changes to your investment management
  • Overall budget and savings strategies
  • Tax strategies
  • How social security impacts your overall financial planning
  • Additional income strategies
  • Risk assessment tied to retirement planning
Deciding When to Retire

Deciding When to Retire

Originally published: August 2021Updated: June 2024 One of the most common questions our team gets is: “When can I stop working?” Planning for retirement is a major component of financial planning, but it’s not just about having enough funds to support your life —...

Navigating Financial Waters After a Layoff

Navigating Financial Waters After a Layoff

While layoffs can be an emotional process and can unleash a variety of doubts and fears, they don’t have to spell disaster for your financial well-being. Whether you’re climbing the career ladder or eyeing the horizon of retirement, strategic financial planning can serve as your lifeline, ensuring that you stay afloat and even thrive in the face of adversity.

Small Tree Illustration

“Someone’s sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.”

–Warren Buffet

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