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In the recent edition of the AAII Journal, Charles Rotblut warns investors that they should be prepared for a longer than anticipated retirement. Life-spans have a right-tail risk in terms of economics. The longer you live, the more money you will need. As you reach a certain age, your life expectancy increases because all those who have died previously are excluded from the projections. Check the financial health of the insurance company you are buying a contract or policy from. Consider transacting with more than one insurance company as well, especially if the total dollar amount spent on annuities and/or life insurance policies is significant. The same logic applies to your brokerage and bank accounts. In doing so, make sure you strike a balance between the desire for financial institution diversification and the complexity of managing multiple policies and accounts... HIGHLIGHTED EVENT: Want to learn more about investing? Attend an AAII Local Chapter Meeting near you...

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A foundation partnering for the financial well-being of the public, the National Endowment for Financial Education� (NEFE�) evolved from and served as the parent entity of the Denver-based, non-profit College for Financial Planning, which was founded in 1972 as the nation's first financial planning educational institution. NEFE is the only private, nonprofit foundation wholly dedicated to educating Americans about personal finance and empowering them to make positive and sound decisions in order to reach their financial goals. NEFE is completely non-partisan, unbiased and focused on consumer education, providing a crucial voice against the rapid rise in unchecked consumer spending and debt accumulation.


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