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Located in Historic Wilmington, NC Our Office Feels Like Home Because it Used to be One

Carolina Retirement Planners is located in an elegant historic building in downtown Wilmington. Originally constructed in the 1920s as a personal residence, the building has served as ‘home’ for our offices for over 10 years. Our clients often tell us they find this environment to be more welcoming and relaxing than the customary office building. Take the virtual tour below to see inside!

When our guests and clients visit they are welcomed by our warm staff, a cup of tea or coffee and of course, a friendly nod from our company Mascot, Dogma.

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Carolina Retirement Planners

620 Market Street
Wilmington, NC 28401
Phone: 910-815-3100

Recent Articles:

ADVICE FOR YOUR RECENT COLLEGE GRADUATE

During the economic decline of the recession, many households struggled as one or both breadwinners lost jobs. Even workers who managed to survive corporate layoffs suffered through years with little to no salary increases. Unfortunately, these circumstances resulted in reduced savings and many households stopped investing for retirement and college. This means many children of…

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The Increasing Success of Women as Investors

More and more we hear the same stories of women living longer, being sicker and with less money to work with into retirement. Women are 80% more likely to be impoverished in late life.[i] We know why this happens: women live longer than men, women often make less and save less, and women often aren’t in control of their investments. The harsh truth is that women need a bigger nest egg than men because they will most likely live longer and need more extended and expensive care.  Instead of another article focusing on the grim details of women and retirement, let us change gears and talk more about women and investing. How can a new generation of soon to be retiring women break the cycle and come out on top? In this article, we will explore qualities that may make women better investors and hopefully encourage more women to take the plunge into investing for their retirement.

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