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Caring Conversation | Are you convinced yet?

Caring Conversation

It’s the launch of the “Golden Bachelor” this month, featuring a 72 year old bachelor and women between the ages of 60-75. 

Longevity appears to offer an opportunity to plan for a ‘golden’ future. The research from the TIAA Institute and the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center (GFLEC) at Stanford University indicates that longevity literacy (an understanding of likely life expectancy at different stages of life) is closely correlated with retirement readiness. 

Research from the new 2023 Retirement Income and Risk Planning, offered by Allianz, indicates "that longevity is seen as the greatest risk to retirement income plans, up from fourth place in 2022. The second-greatest risk to retirement income plans is perceived to be long-term care (up from third place)…” 

The connection between longevity, retirement planning, and the risk posed by ignoring the potential impact of long-term care is clear. Are you talking ‘longevity’ with your clients?

Therefore to help you learn more...

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Caring Conversation | Are you convinced yet?
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