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Income Planning to Help You Win the Retirement Trifecta

More income, less risk and a bigger legacy to pass down to your family: Can you really “have it all” when it comes to retirement planning? Yes, but this type of successful planning requires innovation. Come with me as I examine some new thinking when it comes to your retirement finances.

For a long time, it was thought that an encyclopedia could not at once be authoritative, comprehensive and current. At least one of the three important qualities had to give. Then came the internet, and the “trilemma” of the encyclopedia disappeared. But philosophers enjoy the concept that only two out of three objectives for a single concept can be attained, and there are posed for religious beliefs, politics, economics — and even triathlons.

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