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Plan retirement based on your biological age, not your chronological age

We’ve all seen people who look and act young, and we are surprised to find out they’re actually many years older than they seem to be.  “You’re as old as you feel”, or so the time-worn adage goes.  But recent scientific and technological gains allow us more accurately predict a person’s longevity by using their biological age instead of their actual chronological age.  Unfortunately, most financial planners today still use their client’s chronological age as a determining factor when setting up that client’s retirement goals. In this Forbes article, contributor Roger Whitney explores the concept of using a person’s biological age to predict longevity, a key element in everyone’s retirement plan. Click here to read more.

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