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Inflation

We can't predict where inflation rates are heading. Each year, even with low rates of inflation, the dollar buys less and less. That means the future purchasing power of hard-earned retirement dollars can be negatively affected over time. The following hypothetical example shows how an assumed inflation rate can impact purchasing power.

Strategy:

Receive Income that can rise in retirement to help address
inflation concerns.

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Over time, the dollar buys less.

Gallon of Milk:

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$49

House:

$16,500

Gallon of Gas:

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$ 31

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