Turning 50 is a time to reflect on how far you’ve come, and plan for where you want to go. By the age of 50, many people will have climbed the career ladder, possibly even changed careers once or twice, and have a wealth of experience under their belts, both personally and professionally.
While retirement might still seem a long way off (and don’t worry, it definitely is!), 50 is a great age to stop and take stock of your pension. You’d be surprised by just how much you can boost the value of your retirement fund by making some smart changes to it (with the help of a qualified financial advisor, of course).
If you’re approaching 50, here are four questions you need to ask yourself about your pension: