Don't Neglect Health Care in Your Retirement Planning

Unless you've covered your bases, the cost of health care and long-term care could break your retirement bank. But before you throw up your hands in despair, know that you've got some options.

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Occasionally, our firm gives presentations about retirement planning, and the topics can be somewhat predictable. How to grow your investments. The best ways of distribution. Social Security. Dealing with taxes. Managing risk.

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Michael Martin, Investment Adviser Representative
Co-Founder, Legacy Financial Partners

Michael Martin is the co-founder of South Florida-based Legacy Financial Partners, where he is the director of investments and insurance. He is a fiduciary and holds his Series 7 and Series 66 securities licenses. He also maintains life, health and variable annuity licenses in Florida, West Virginia, North Carolina and Illinois. Securities and advisory services are offered through, Madison Avenue Securities, LLC ("MAS") Member FINRA/SIPC and a Registered Investment Adviser. MAS and Legacy Financial Partners are not affiliated entities.