Inflation is consuming the news headlines lately and it’s set to reach its highest level since the early 1990s, with little relief in sight. In fact, the Consumer Price Index, which measures the rate of inflation, increased 6.2% in 12 months as of October 2021.*
So what does this mean for you and your retirement strategy? Simply put, the higher the rate of inflation, the less your dollar will buy. One of the most concerning thoughts is the potential to run out of money – a very real concern in light of the effect inflation can have on retirement income and the ability to meet essential living expenses.
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Then, let’s meet to discuss how a strategy that addresses inflation can help with your retirement goals.
This information is for educational purposes only and should not be considered specific tax, legal, investment or planning advice, which will only be provided on a personalized basis.