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I am working on a project for school to show the effect of unexpected early retirement on investing. An example, a 57-year old male is downsized out of his position with a telecom giant after 30 years of service. He was planning on working until age 62. How will this unplanned for early retirement affect his investment/retirement plans? What effect does it have on his asset mix? What changes need to be made? Any generic advice on risk, pensions, social security, stock options, insurance, etc? Thanks!
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