Could you live to be 100 years old?

By Andrew Maisch -
March 18, 2024

Have you ever heard of a “centenarian?” 

It’s someone who has celebrated their 100th birthday. 

Bob Hope, Kirk Douglas and George Burns were all centenarians.

And chances are you’ll be hearing a lot more about centenarians in the coming years.

According to Pew Research… 

The number of centenarians is projected to swell from 500,000 people today to more than 3.7 million in the next 30 years.

Celebrating your 100th birthday sounds like great news on the surface, but it doesn’t come cheap! The longer you live…

  • The more you’ll pay in living expenses.
  • The more you’ll pay in healthcare and medical expenses. 
  • The greater the chance you’ll need some form of long-term care. 
  • The greater the risk you’ll experience major stock market corrections, recessions and more.

The bottom line?

There’s a good chance you’ll live longer than you realize. And that’s why you should account for this with your retirement income game plan. 

We can help you make a plan so you can retire abundantly!

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