New Haven, CT (WTNH)– In today’s world of record-high inflation, everyone is looking for
the best strategy in planning for retirement. CT Style’s Rachel Lutzker spoke with Ben Fuchs, Certified Financial Planner and Founder of Fuchs Financial.

In this interview, Ben speaks about the many services that Fuchs Financial offers, and answers
these questions and more:

  • Inflation is at an all-time high. How does it impact one’s retirement?
  • What tips do you suggest for people as they look toward their retirement?
  • What are some common mistakes people make when considering inflation in their future?
  • When is a good time to start planning?
  • What is the first step if someone wants to start?

To learn more, or make an appointment for a free 15-minute phone consultation with Fuchs Financial, visit   

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