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10 Longevity Tips in Retirement Begin With Guaranteed Lifetime Income

1. Time passes faster every day. Don't make it worse by rushing and stressing over time. Where are you going?

2. Take care of your body so it will take care of you later. Don't let your world get smaller each day - stay fit and mobile.

3. Intimacy and friendships remain important regardless of where you are on the life cycle spectrum.

4. Healthy relationships are the most important thing in your life. Steve Jobs at end of life: While the above-quoted essay does not represent either Steve Jobs' final words nor remarks he made (in either oral or written form) at any time during his life, his biographer Walter Isaacson did record Jobs' expressing regret at the end of his life about how he raised his children:"I wanted my kids to know me," Mr Isaacson recalled Mr Jobs saying, in a posthumous tribute the biographer wrote for Time magazine. "I wasn't always there for them, and I wanted them to know why and to understand what I did."

"He was very human…

What Is Your Number? Nest Egg Threats...

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Based on your current retirement plan built for today, do you know the age at which you will run out of gas, the age at which you will have outlived your assets?  If there is another recession or financial crisis, would your number be different? Can you afford another loss of principal?
Is your nest egg safe?  Learn about the threats to your nest egg such as: InflationMarket RiskLongevity Risk
The best retirement plan guarantees no principal loss and guaranteed, lifetime income to cover your lifestyle.  I believe in a balanced plan with great flexibility and one that also includes sufficient amounts of liquidity for the unexpected.  
Is your retirement plan structured this way? Does it provide you with enough guaranteed lifetime income that is not vulnerable to loss, regardless of ma…