How to Find the Retirement Strategy That Works for You

You want a retirement strategy that’s based on your situation and designed for your needs and your comfort level, rather than relying on a one-size-fits-all approach.

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Feeling overwhelmed by the dizzying array of retirement advice that seems to be all around — on the internet, in your mailbox, in the news or from a neighbor or relative? Have you ever been to a seminar or met with a financial adviser and felt like you were a square peg being forced into a round hole?

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Charles Rawl, CFP®, RICP®
President, Charles W. Rawl and Associates

As president of Charles W. Rawl & Associates, LLC, Charlie Rawl has distinguished himself as a troubleshooter by implementing creative solutions to complex financial problems. He has passed the Series 6, 7, 31, 63 and 65 securities exams and holds life insurance licenses in more than a dozen states.