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The Pitfalls of Living “Too Long”
According to the Social Security Administration, a man who is age 65 today can expect to live, on average, until age 84.3. Likewise, a woman turning age 65 today can expect to live, on average, until age 86.7
Will You Have a Retirement Income “Gap”
Even if you have some ongoing, sustainable sources of retirement income, it is possible that you could still have a “gap” between the amount that you need (or want), and the amount that will actually be coming in.
Added Risks to Your Retirement Income
Today, in addition to differences in the WAY you receive your retirement income, you will also face risks TO your retirement income.
- Don Fletcher -
Don began his consumer finance career in Dallas in 1976. His career in consumer banking and financial services continued for 32 years retiring as a Vice President for Consumer Banking.
In 2008 Don redirected his energies and experience to focus on assisting federal employees with retirement income planning. Over the last twelve years, he has assisted thousands of federal employees through educational seminars and one-on-one retirement reviews. His mission is helping federal employees to retire on-time and with all of the benefits, they are entitled to receive.
Learn how to maximize you Federal Retirement Benefits by reading the free guide and talking with your local Federal Retirement Expert, Don Fletcher.
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