All planning consists of guessing the future. Some things in retirement planning are unknown. You don’t know what actual inflation will be or the rate of return you will earn on your savings. You don’t know how long you will live or what will happen to your wealth. Though you don’t know the outcome of these elements you generally can make an educated guess to move your planning forward. What about other risks and unknowns you may not have accommodated in your plan. How will the government debt and deficits or the policy of the Federal Reserve affect your spending and saving. Or will the aging population worldwide cause you concerns. Join Theresa Yarosh President of Macro Wealth Management as she explains her firms’ unique methods for managing these uncertainties. The US Census department recently announced that the number of people reaching age 100 will increase from 70,000 to 600,000 by 2050. This also means there will be a corresponding increase in the number of 80 and 90 year old people. Learn how this aging trend is changing living lifestyles with Joe Verdoorn of SEC Planning. It’s time to identify and prepare for unknown risks.