If age is just a number, make it a really high number

What if you lived to be 120 years old? Imagine all the experiences, memories, and milestones you could see. Yet as incredulous as that age sounds, the topic of longevity amid growing technological advances is gaining more traction recently in the news.

It raises an important concern I hear all too often: How can you make your money last and plan for retirement when you don’t know how long you’ll live? As living well into your centenarian years becomes a more imaginable prospect, it’s essential to consider the financial implications. The last thing any of us would want is to outlive our savings, right?

When it comes to ensuring your financial security in an uncertain future for an undetermined number of years, a proactive approach is key. Let’s start with what’s possible and what’s within your control. Together, we can develop your roadmap to a more secure future, no matter how long it lasts.

The following articles curated from the news this week provide some tips, strategies, and real-life stories to inspire and guide you along the way. Enjoy!

Living to 120 is becoming an imaginable prospect

Sept. 20, 2023

Efforts to slow aging are taking wing…

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How The Oldest People In America's Blue Zone Make Money Last

Oct. 03, 2023

The concern many Americans have about outliving their money is genuine and, sadly, appropriate.

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Your Will Alone Won’t Guarantee Your Money Goes to Your Heirs

Oct.  02, 2023

Those beneficiary forms you filled out years ago can supersede your other estate plans.

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Why High Interest Rates and Energy Prices Are Stressing the Economy

Oct. 03, 2023

Treasury rates and oil and gasoline prices have been increasing, putting the Fed in a difficult…

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Should You be Spooked About the Market’s Performance in October? This Expert Says No.

Oct. 02, 2023

The Dow Jones Industrial Average, Nasdaq Composite, and S&P 500 all tend to rise during the month.

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Americans Are Still Spending Like There’s No Tomorrow

Oct. 01, 2023

Concerts, trips and designer handbags are taking priority over saving for a home or rainy day.

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