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    The 4 Keys to a Smart Retirement Plan

    15-Pages • 20-Minute Read
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    The #1 concern we hear from both prospective and current clients is they are afraid of running out of money. Given what has taken place in the stock market in just the past 2 decades, their fears are justified.

    In the first e-book of our planned series, we’ll dive into 4 components of a smart retirement plan that will allow you to sleep well at night:

    • Protecting your nest egg
    • Coordinating streams of income
    • Taxes, taxes, and taxes
    • Smart planning (aligning the pieces to work in tandem)

    While there are plenty of relevant thoughts and suggestions for folks at any stage of their lives & careers, this is a 15-page book that was specifically written for those of you who are likely within 5-10 years of retiring and starting to think about moving the pieces around to transition from saving for retirement to actually retiring.

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