How Dividend-Paying Stocks May Help Boost Retirement Income

While no magic bullet, these types of stocks are worth considering, even after retirement.

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When you’re retired, managing your investments can start to get a little tricky.

The urge you have to see your money grow is tempered by your concerns about taking too much risk at this time of your life. In essence, you want your financial cake, but you want to eat it, too — and it’s challenging to find a way to make that happen.

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Jim Martin, Registered Financial Consultant
President and Founder, Martin Wealth Solutions

Jim Martin is the president and founder of New River Financial Group with offices across Virginia. A Registered Financial Consultant and Accredited Asset Management Specialist, he has passed the Series 66 and Series 7 exams and is an insurance professional. Martin focuses on comprehensive financial planning to help individuals and business owners take control of their financial future.