Three Ways Women Can Prepare for Longevity in Retirement

Living longer often leads to more financial challenges, but proper planning can help women enjoy a long, successful retirement.

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Running out of money is the number one fear for the majority of retirees, but the longevity risk is even greater for women. Not only do they face uphill, systemic battles with their finances, like the gender wage gap, but they also have a greater chance of living longer.

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Bradley Rosen
President, Longevity Financial

Bradley Rosen is the owner and president of Longevity Financial, an independent financial professional with over 24 years of financial planning experience. Bradley provides each client with a customized Design for Life By Longevity FinancialⓇ plan that encompasses each part of their financial picture, including investments, insurance, taxes and legacy planning. He is passionate about creating longevity with one’s finances and prioritizing holistic health, both physically and financially. His unique approach to retirement planning is the result of watching both his grandmothers outlive their retirement income. For his dedication to educating and empowering women, he was awarded the Thelma Gibson Award in 2015. He has been featured in Forbes and on the local CBS, NBC and FOX TV news affiliates in his new hometown of Atlanta.