Retiring with a Pension? Social Security? 401(k)? We’ve Got You Covered
Louis W. Pierro, Esq.
Founding Partner, Pierro, Connor & Strauss
Financial Advisor, Cetera Investors
Financial Advisor, Cetera Investors
November 6, 2021
Hosts: Lou Pierro, Mark Esslie and Adam Jones from Cetera Investors
When you retire with a pension plan, you only get ONE CHANCE to choose which option you will have for the rest of your life. Add in decisions regarding social security and retirement accounts – and the need for planning is amplified.
One strategy used to maximize retirement income involves life insurance called a LIRP (Life Insurance Retirement Plan), which can greatly influence and help this decision when the time comes.
How life insurance can be used when planning for retirement, especially if you are someone who will receive a pension, will be featured on this week’s Life Happens show with Lou Pierro and our guests from The Esslie Group at Cetera Investors.
There are many reasons for having some type of life insurance, and every single person’s reason will be different. There is no “cookie cutter” approach, and in an ever-changing environment, one of the most important components of a financial plan or just life in general is life insurance. On the Show, we’ll also discuss the misconception that life insurance can only benefit those people who it is left behind to.
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