This week’s article poses a familiar scenario and then tells us our choices in a very simple way: “Let’s say you have built up a retirement fund of $250,000 by the time you are age 65. Few of us realize that we have to make that money last for perhaps 20 or 30 years after we stop working” The author tells us that there are two ways to make your fund last for the rest of your life: you can make withdrawals that you guess and hope will last for the rest of your life, or you can take some of your money and buy an annuity that will provide you with guaranteed income payments for the rest of your life. Which are you thinking of doing? Call us if you’d like to talk about some options you may not have considered. We’re always here to help.
WHAT CHOICES WILL YOU HAVE?
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