Even if You Have $1 Million or More Your Lifestyle is At Risk

Is the next recession going to destroy what you've built?

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Did you know...

If you have $1,000,000 in your retirement portfolio, you're doing about ten times as well as the majority of Americans?1

But regardless of how much you have saved, your lifestyle is still potentially at risk.

In this special presentation, I'll be talking about these risks and giving you actionable information on how to prepare for them.

I'll also be personally answering any questions you may have.

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Go ahead and register, even if you think you can't make it so you can get the recording and extra information. You'll also receive our How Long Does $1 Million Last in Retirement? infographic, which you can start using immediately!

Here's what I'm talking about in this focused session:

Why the wealthy can still run out of money in retirement.

Why I believe successful Americans need to worry about higher taxes.

The powerful questions I use to help successful retirees choose the right way to retire and protect their lifestyles.

About James B. Runey III, CFA®

Founder of Runey & Associates Wealth Management

My name is James Runey and I am the founder of Runey & Associates Wealth Management in Mount Pleasant, SC. I would like to help you manage the transition into retirement because the same tactics that got you to retirement will not always get you through retirement.

As a holder of the Chartered Financial Analyst(R) designation, I have completed one of the most rigorous investment education programs in the world. I hold a BS in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA, both from the University of South Carolina.

Before I began working with investors and retirees, I worked as an investment banker and private equity investor in China and Singapore.

I use the knowledge I gained as a professional investor to help our clients navigate uncertain markets and find joy in retirement spending.

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Retirement Risks That Threaten Successful Americans