A healthy 65-year-old couple retiring this year can expect to pay $363,9461
in out-of-pocket medical costs during their lifetime.*

Things to consider

As you approach retirement, it’s time to start fine-tuning your plans. What will happen to your savings if you need long-term care? Should you consider life insurance or perhaps an annuity for additional guaranteed income?

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Plan your retirement age

Deciding whether to retire early, on time, or delay a few years will make a big difference in your monthly Social Security income.

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Enact a Roth IRA Conversion

Although you’ll have to pay taxes, converting your traditional IRA to a Roth IRA now can provide tax-free retirement income.

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Consider a fixed indexed annuity

Shifting some assets into one could give you 100% principal protection with some upside potential based on market performance.

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Create a business succession plan

If you own a family business, now is the time to figure out who will take the reins and how you will monetize your equity.

*Healthview Services, 2018 Retirement Healthcare Costs Data Report

What to ask your Janney Financial Advisor

  • How do tax laws impact my financial plan and my investments?
  • When is the right time to purchase long-term care insurance and what type of policy is best for my needs?
  • Should I consider a fixed or variable annuity for supplemental income?
  • How do I care for an elderly parent without jeopardizing my own financial well-being?

Talk with a Janney Financial Advisor

You don’t need to go it alone. We can help you navigate financial questions and give you greater confidence about the future.

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