New Haven, CT (WTNH)-We hear news about inflation every day, and people are confused about what the markets are doing.  It’s hard to know what the best strategy is when planning for retirement. CT Style’s Rachel Lutzker recently spoke with Ben Fuchs, Certified Financial Planner and Founder of Fuchs Financial.

In this interview, Ben offers some planning tips, and speaks about how Fuchs Financial can work with you to navigate your retirement journey. He answers these questions and more:

  • It has been a volatile time in the economy and the markets these past few months.  That wreaks havoc with my retirement planning – what’s a person to do?
  • We’ve seen some of the highest inflation number in decades.  Doesn’t that upend whatever planning someone is trying to do – make their purchasing power evaporate?
  • And how about taxes?  As taxes go up, as they almost always do, doesn’t that cut into whatever money you were hoping to set aside during retirement?
  • I heard that you offer a free consultation. How does that work?

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