Retirement Daily Guest Contributor

By Sandra D. Adams

One of the primary concerns clients often have is making sure that their money will last as long as they do. Longevity concerns and the desire to be certain that their hard-earned money lasts a lifetime weighs heavy on the minds of those planning for retirement. Embedded in longevity concerns are fears that there may be some major medical or long-term care event that will eat up a large portion of retirement savings, making it harder to stretch retirement income and assets over a lifetime.

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