Irish people are living longer in retirement, but how can you make sure your finances reflect that?
There is no reason why any of us should approach retirement with anything other than a positive outlook. The average life expectancy in Ireland has risen from 69.8 in 1960 to 82.3 in 2019*, meaning most of us will live longer and healthier lives in retirement. But for many retirement can be a gloomy prospect full of financial worries, not to mention the fear of ill-health or death. No matter what your personal outlook or financial position you can improve your retirement by taking some simple steps:
Managing Director & Founder Owen Dwyer