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How to Face the Hidden Cost of Retirement

October 12, 2017

From the U.S. News & World Report website

All of us have heard (or told) the stories about how much things used to cost in “the good old days.” A candy bar and a soda could both be had for a couple of quarters in the ‘70s. A gallon of milk or a gallon of gas were both less than a dollar in the ‘60s. The list can go on and on. While the trip down memory lane can be entertaining, it also offers meaningful perspective on the effects of inflation, particularly in regards to retirement planning.

Keep the following tips in mind as part of the retirement planning process to help prepare for inflation in retirement.

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