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(Note: These case studies are hypothetical, do not involve Fiduciary Financial Partners clients, and should not be construed as a guarantee.)
Stacey and Greg are ready to retire from rewarding careers and have many future plans. Both want to ensure that their retirement plan enables a steady income stream so they can enjoy the lifestyle they envisioned in retirement.
Case Study #2 | Work Optional
John doesn't know precisely when he wants to retire. Not because he doesn't have the means to stop working but because he's wondering if he's ready to stop working.
Case Study #3 | 401k Solutions
Midwestern telecom firm seeks simplified solution for multiple retirement plans. They hired retirement experts to streamline services, reduce cost, and improve operations.
Rapidly growing tech firm committed to excellence allows retirement experts to review and improve their plan. The result is more support, better outcomes, and lower costs.
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Our fiduciary financial advisors provide informative reviews and discussions on the current market and other relevant topics to your retirement.
I Bonds in 2023: Pros and Cons as an Inflation Hedge
With inflation being a consistent headline in 2022, investors sought ways to increase their returns on their idle cash. I Bonds were an excellent option to do just that. This year, the inflation rate has been slowly declining. So, the question is: are I-Bonds still a good place to invest now that the variable interest rate has declined?
Q2 2023 Market Review Webcast
Join our fiduciary financial advisors for an informative review and discussion of Q2 2023 capital market performance where they examine the returns of stock and bond asset classes, and review a timeline of events that occurred during the quarter.
The Essential Documents Your College-Bound Kid Needs
College students need healthcare & property power of attorney in case of incapacitation. These docs give parents peace of mind & ensure child's wishes are respected. Talk to your child today
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