The 5 Keys to Achieving a Stress-Free Retirement

To find out more, please join us for dinner on:

Thursday, October 5, 2017
Crowne Plaza
2 Somerset Pkwy
Nashua NH 03063

What You’ll Learn At This Event:

  • Create retirement income you cannot outlive, even if your accounts are depleted
  • Capture some of the gains of the market without any possibility of loss in a downturn
  • Access your retirement dollars tax-free and leave an income tax-free inheritance to your heirs
  • Ensure your retirement income and purchasing power keeps pace with inflation
  • Prepare for the 70% probability of needing long-term care after age 70 – at little to no cost – even if you think you are uninsurable
  • Construct a retirement plan that is easy for your spouse to manage in the event of your death

Are you confident in your investment “exit strategy” to ensure that you don’t live through 2008 all over again, losing half of the money it has taken you a lifetime to save?  We’ll show you strategies that will carry you through life expectancy, regardless of how the market performs.

An educational seminar for those in or near retirement:

  • Admission is Free
  • Register now! Seating is limited and this event always fills up quickly

Registration is required, but simple: Just fill out the form and one of our staff members will contact you to confirm your attendance.

The Evening’s Agenda:

  • Registration 5:15 p.m.
  • Workshop runs from 5:45 – 7:00 p.m.
  • Dinner Served at 7pm, during the Q&A

Your Presenter: Thomas Brueckner

Thomas K. Brueckner, CLTC, is a nationally recognized financial educator. He is a published author, radio host, seminar speaker, national mentor to other practitioners, and an advisor to more than 750 of his own successfully retired clients. He has taught financial strategies at colleges and retirement workshops from Augusta, Maine, to Ontario, California.

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