Someone once told me that finding an answer is easy. Coming up with the right question is not. In a complex process like retirement planning, the questions our clients ask and those we ask of them can prove more powerful for the outcome than the answers we actually receive.
Today, Jason Fichtner joins us to talk about the importance of framing retirement time questions properly to optimize decisions about taking Social Security. Jason is Vice President and Chief Economist at the Bipartisan Policy Center and Senior Fellow for the Alliance for Lifetime Income.
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The discussion is not meant to provide any legal, tax, or investment advice with respect to the purchase of an insurance product. A comprehensive evaluation of a consumer’s needs and financial situation should always occur in order to help determine if an insurance product may be appropriate for each unique situation.
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