People are living longer, but what does that mean for your retirement plan?
Whether you are close to retiring or 30 years away, it’s hard to envision living into your 90’s. But with life expectancies continuing to rise, this can be one of the most crucial factors in retirement planning. Join Mike Macco and Andrew Froelich as they discuss how Social Security, long term care, and Medicare can all play a role in planning for a long life.
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