Roughly five million retired Americans lose nearly $37 billion
annually to financial fraud.*

Things to consider

Wealth provides you with the means not only to live life to the fullest, but to meaningfully impact the lives of others, whether by alleviating the financial worries of your next generation or helping those in need.

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Plan for healthcare costs

Don’t let a major health event erode your savings. Review your Medicare election options and consider long-term care insurance.

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Transfer wealth tax-efficiently

An irrevocable life insurance trust (ILIT) may be one of the most tax-efficient ways to transfer your wealth to your heirs.

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Spend wisely and stay liquid

New retirees often struggle to balance increased spending in the first years of retirement. Use restraint and keep enough liquidity in case of a financial emergency.

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Get organized

Make sure your financial documents, account numbers, passwords, and contacts are organized and safe, but accessible.

*Bloomberg, May 2018

What to ask your Janney Financial Advisor

  • What’s an appropriate amount of investment risk given my age and goals?
  • What sort of long-term care coverage option would best meet my needs?
  • Do my beneficiary designations and trustees still accurately reflect my wishes?
  • How can I better protect myself from financial fraud?

Talk with a Janney Financial Advisor

You don’t need to go it alone. Wherever you are on your wealth journey, we can build a tailored financial plan and make recommendations that are aligned with your best interest and unique needs, goals, and preferences. Contact us today to discuss how we can put a plan in place designed to help you reach your financial goals.

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