Remember when you could buy stuff for pennies? It might not seem like it now, but once upon a time, gum and stamps cost less than a nickel!
Jeez, a dime was a lot of money.
Do you know who does remember that?
They changed TV stations with a dial, not a remote. TV was black and white.
Bell bottoms, platforms, and chevron patterns were everywhere.
Ah, those were the days.
Yes – but also no.
Mortgage rates were 15%, and gas soared from 40 cents to a dollar.
The 70s were loads of fun – just not so much in the financial sense.
How to deal with inflation is something they’ve forgotten. They remember the 70’s. They just hoped the bad parts would never repeat.
But you have one thing they didn’t have – foresight.
You know that inflation is coming, so this, my friend, is a golden time for you to rethink your retirement strategy.
Your retirement may depend on it.
If you want to talk about creating a plan that will account for this silent retirement killer, get 15 minutes in my calendar to talk about it. Just call 513-563-PLAN (7526) or head here to grab your spot.