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Stressed About Retirement Planning as a Single Income?
There is a difference between living and living well. Your goal should be to live well because you deserve so much more than just living. The majority of single-income families face the common difficulty of living paycheck to paycheck(in fact this is majority of any family household). The reason for this is not just making below the means but the little things that add up or the unforeseen expences. Financial planning is hard for a two-income family, it is even harder when it is a single-income family.

Here is the challenge: even if you live comfortable now, it is easy to spend through a cushion of wealth with improper habits. So, the question is, will you have enough to maintain your confidence?

Our team is dedicated to planning for a future that helps empower you to live your best life and to do so with confidence. You will work closely with advisors who follow a fiduciary standard to build, monitor and maintain a comprehensive financial plan that includes Lifestyle Planning, Financial Planning and Wealth Management.

Planning for retirement has challenges but planning with only one income creates additional areas of concern on which to focus.

Chris Hilyer, while attending college, witnessed his father lose a battle with cancer leaving his mother to plan for her future without her partner. She was facing adversities and needed an advocate in her corner to make sure she overcame those difficulties with financial confidence.

Chris was inspired to help individuals that are facing important life decisions alone like her, and like YOU, to do just that. You don’t have to be worried about money once you achieve financial confidence; let’s start planning towards that goal and start living well today.
Single Income Retirement Planning
Depending on how you arrived at planning for retirement as a single person, you may have different assets or sources of income to plan with.

In terms of Social Security, a widow or widower will have different benefits than someone single by divorce, while someone that just never married has a totally different set of rules to plan by.

Raymond James and its advisors do not offer tax or legal advice. You should discuss any tax or legal matters with the appropriate professional.

Chris Hilyer RICP, CAP

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Chris Hilyer is not only the president and founder of Heritage Wealth Solutions: he is the leading specialist at the company when it comes to helping families hold onto and increase their wealth. Contact him today, and let him put his experience to work for you and yours.