3 Spending Strategies for Your Retirement

Making your retirement savings last for 20, 30 or more years takes careful budget planning. Where do you start? Here are three options to consider.

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If you’re worried about having enough money to fund your retirement, you’re not alone. According to the 2018 version of Gallup’s annual survey about Americans’ biggest financial worries, retirement topped the list for the 16th year in a row. Nearly two-thirds of respondents said they were concerned about not having enough money for retirement.

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Janet Pack, Investment Adviser Representative
President, Senior Retirement Advisors

Janet Pack is president and owner of Senior Retirement Advisors, a registered investment advisory firm. Janet's expertise is in helping clients preserve assets for the future and setting up legacies for their families. She believes her clients should have information to assist in making these important retirement decisions.