Episode: The power of life insurance on loved ones' retirements

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The power of life insurance on loved ones' retirements
The National Retirement Risk Index (NRRI) jolts us with this critical snapshot: 52% of Americans are at risk of being unable to maintain their pre-retirement standards of living. But, for those receiving even a modest inheritance, the risk decreases to as low as 40%. In our industry, we’re in the unique position to offer a life insurance strategy to help knock that number down even more. Because the impact of inheritances on whether or not a client’s loved one has enough income in retirement can be powerful. We owe it to our clients and their beneficiaries to start this compelling conversation.

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