The “Greatest Generation” experienced the burgeoning ofgovernment and corporate pension and health-care plans post-WorldWar II, but baby boomers and later generations are facing thesevere compromise of those benefits.

While thousands of boomers reach retirement age every day, they willcontinue to take on more responsibility for providing income fortheir essential living expenses, such as housing, food, andhealth care.

The changing landscape of retirement financing has the vastmajority of baby boomers concerned, yet millions fail to ever meetwith a professional to review their portfolio.

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