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HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) – According to a recent survey conducted by the Harris Poll, the amount of discipline people in America put into financial planning is almost an exact 50/50 split. Some people are consistently focused on retirement and making financial plans. And just as many people aren’t doing that at all.
Connecticut’s Morning Buzz Reporter Rachel Lutzker was joined in the studio by Ben Fuchs, founder of Fuchs Financial, to talk about the wide variety of retirement planning styles that people have and how working with a professional financial advisor can impact one’s path to retirement. In addition to being a Certified Financial Planner ® (CFP), Ben is also a Certified Private Wealth Advisor® (CPWA) professional. Today, he’ll discuss how working with a professional can help reduce the “worry factor” about your retirement, and why you might
want to think about changing your saving “style.”
Watch this interview and learn, as Ben answers the following questions:
- What do the numbers show about people who are disciplined planners, vs. casual savers?
- Are “casual savers” often confident about their future retirement?
- Does using a financial advisor ensure better returns on your investments?
- What is the first step to getting professional help with your retirement plans?
- Will a Financial Planner work with you if you already have a plan in place?
So, if you would like to take some of the stress out of planning for retirement, take advantage of the FREE, no-obligation consultation being offered by Fuchs Financial. Their offices are in West Hartford, Middletown, and Middlebury. To make an appointment and learn more, just visit their website at www.fuchsfinancial.com.
You can also learn tips about retirement online through their virtual-learning center https://www.fuchsfinancial.com/virtual-learning-center/
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