“Retirement Solutions for Life”
People entering retirement are facing new concerns. As healthcare is improving and life expectancies rise, you are likely to live longer during retirement than past generations. Unlike your parents who likely had their retirement funded mostly with guarantees made by their employers and the government, the assets you have accumulated may be your primary source of cash flow. We can partner with you to create a plan considering the level of assets needed to fund your vision of retirement, including likely income needs, potential tax implications, and risks that can stand in the way of realizing your vision. After taking a close look at your financial and tax situation, we can help point you in the right direction with a plan. Planning and implementing an investment program is one of the most important steps you can take for your future.
Jackson Financial Solutions was established in Baton Rouge in November of 1987, and has provided income tax and financial services to the community since that time. We offer a full range of knowledge, experience, and services to individuals in the areas of financial planning*, retirement planning, investment planning*, and income tax planning.
We offer a complimentary pre-retirement meeting to begin your retirement planning process. At this meeting, we will discuss your retirement financial goals and objectives, and how we can help you pursue those goals. Call us at (225) 774-1553 to request your personalized retirement income plan.
*These services are offered by Bonnie Jackson through her affiliation with HD Vest
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