By Brad Rhodes
1. Entering the red zone: nearing retirement — In football, the red zone is the area of the field between the 20-yard line and the opponent’s end zone. It’s where scoring opportunities are close at hand but require precision and skill. The “Retirement Red Zone” refers to those critical years leading up to retirement, where financial decisions are pivotal, and mistakes can be costly.
2. Building a solid offensive line: diversification — To score in the red zone, you need a solid offensive line. In retirement planning, this means a diversified portfolio that balances growth […]