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Thoughts in Charts: Retirement as a Third Act


Retirement is a beginning, not an end.  In 1935, when Social Security established a retirement age of 65, the average American man was not expected to live past 58 years old. Now, age 65 marks the beginning of an expected 20-year life stage for 90% of American households.

Increasingly, our “retirement” conversations with clients are focused on investment goals that allow clients an increased freedom to dictate their own terms of life’s “Third Act”.

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