For those worried about outliving their assets, Vanguard's Steve Utkus recommends buying inflation-hedged bonds, delaying Social Security, or investing in annuities.
Panel discussion: Christine Benz, advisor Mark Balasa, and Morningstar columnist Mark Miller discuss how withdrawal rates, asset allocation, Social Security decisions, and long-term-care insurance factor into portfolio sustainability.
Pre-retirees should investigate long-term care insurance and HSAs as ways to hedge against health-care cost inflation and longevity risk in retirement, says Fidelity's John Sweeney.
Morningstar's Christine Benz offers solutions for facing a bear market early in retirement, outliving your money, falling behind inflation, and managing high health-care expenses.
Some guidance on setting--and not forgetting--your portfolio's stock/bond/cash mix.
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