Managing Your Money

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Managing your hard earned money before and after retiring is a monumental task; to be taken very seriously, to say the least.  


Planning ahead for retiring is not always easy. First of all, you are dealing with the unknown that can trigger fear, anxiety, and uncertainty. We suggest you do the following: Browse this Website: (, Conduct your own research. Once retired, take a break to reflect and think everything through. Budget your money wisely and budget to live within your means.


Baby Boomers are living longer now primarily due to medical advancements and having access to Medical Insurance Coverage. Statistics show that a typical retiree can expect to live 20-30 years after the retirement age of 62. You don’t want your money to be depleted prematurely. Consult with other retirees you trust, get information from trusted family members, and certainly get advice from trusted professionals, who are knowledgeable about your particular situation.  Notice the keywords used here are TRUSTED AND KNOWLEDGEABLE