- Nov. 28, 2011 -
Pewaukee, Wis. – Even as the average lifespan of Americans has grown substantially in recent decades, a new fear has crept into many people’s minds: Will they outlive their money?
A free Dec. 7 seminar at Jannsen + Company (http://www.jannsen.com/wealth-management
) will explore the financial challenges faced by many retirees, and detail strategies to make money last a lifetime. “You and Your Money: Who Will Live Longer?” will be presented at 5:30 p.m. at the Jannsen Center, W239-N3490 Pewaukee Road (http://www.jannsen.com
In the past century, the average lifespan for Americans has increased 30 years. This good news is tempered by the realities of rising health care costs, economic challenges and uncertainties about Social Security. Investments once deemed “safe” can suddenly seem volatile. Even those who felt secure with a pension might be concerned amid headlines of businesses failing and governments in financial peril.
“You and Your Money: Who Will Live Longer?” will examine these new retirement realities, and offer strategies to help people live free from financial fears in their golden years.
Interested attendees should RSVP to Darlene at (262) 513-9292 or wealthmanagement@
jannsen.com to reserve their spot. Seminar attendees are asked to consider a $10 donation to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund.
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Founded in 1975, Jannsen + Company (http://www.jannsen.com)
is a full-service certified public accounting and business resources firm with more than 30 professionals and employees. Besides a full range of CPA and payroll processing services, Jannsen + Company advises businesses on information technology, human resources and wealth management. Securities offered through 1st Global Capital Corp., Member FINRA,/ SIPC. Investment Advisory Services offered through 1st Global Advisors, Inc.Photo: