How Living Longer May Affect Your Retirement Plan

How Living Longer May Affect Your Retirement Plan

Americans now have a longer life expectancy—so their retirement assets need to last longer, too.


As many of you know, we use Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. (“Schwab”) as our Custodian. Schwab provides custody, trading, and operational support services for Registered Investment Advisors like AP Wealth Management. The purpose of this information is to educate investors about working with an independent Registered Investment Advisor (RIA).


Recently, Schwab partnered with The Wall Street Journal to created educational materials centered around the theme of “Get Smarter about Living Longer” and how to prepare for more years spent in retirement due to increasing longevity.


The Wall Street Journal is a respected authority that offers investors relevant information to support important financial decisions. We hope that you find this series of articles we post on our blog helpful.


Click the link below to access the free article. 


How Living Longer May Affect Your Retirement Plan


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