According to the Society of Actuaries, average life expectancy in the U.S. has increased from 68.14 years in 1950 to 76.1 years in 2021. Living longer likely means more years in retirement and more savings necessary for what could be a full one-third of our lives. A long life can be a blessing, but living longer is considered to be just one of many risks today’s retirees will face. Cordasco Financial Network’s John Walker, Regional Vice President, Mercer Advisors, discusses several risks and the careful approach to planning that is necessary to ensure you don’t outlive your money.
Listening Time: 22 Minutes
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Cordasco Financial Network is a tradename. All services provided by Cordasco Financial Network investment professionals are provided in their individual capacities as investment adviser representatives of Mercer Global Advisors Inc. (“Mercer Advisors”),an SEC-registered investment adviser principally located in Denver, Colorado, with various branch offices throughout the United States doing business under different tradenames, including Cordasco Financial Network. Mercer Advisors is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice to clients. All estate planning document preparation and other legal advice are provided through Advanced Services Law Group, Inc. Mercer Advisors is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice to clients. All estate planning document preparation and other legal advice are provided through Advanced Services Law Group, Inc.