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Providing Solutions for the #1 Concern Facing Retirees - Running Out of Money

Welcome, I’m Bill Storck, a Financial Consultant with Rock Financial Services based in Charlotte, NC covering the Carolinas and Florida. We understand that individuals face daunting and unique challenges as they prepare for retirement. At Rock Financial Services, we can help take the mystery away by showing you a simple and sensible process to follow that can reduce your concerns and anxieties. Therefore, if you are concerned about running out of money in retirement or whether your spouse will have enough income when you die we can provide solutions that take the anxiety away.

At Rock Financial Services we have years of experience in financial services. We can help you address your needs of today and for many years to come. At Rock Financial Services we look forward to working with you prior to retirement and while you are in retirement. Please call (704) 566-0373 to have your current retirement and/or income plan reviewed.

 

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