Getting close to retirement and feeling nervous about your finances? You're not alone.
For people facing this major life change, angst over transitioning to non-working years can morph into fears about their savings running out even if they have planned well to prevent it.
"They're entering a new chapter of life. On top of that, right now they see low interest rates [on bonds], richly priced stocks and a lot of political turmoil," said certified financial planner Mark McClanahan, a managing director at Dallas-based RGT Wealth Advisors. "All that is just exacerbating their anxiety."