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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:

July / August 2018 – Retirement Strategies Newsletter

Inside This Issue:

    Notes on Our Southern Culture
    The Bookshelf
    Gazpacho in 10 Minutes or Less
    A Little Laugh
    Flat David

Notes on Our Southern Culture

by David Shucavage

Recently, while walking our dog Dogma near Wilmington’s Riverfront Park, I read a plaque about Lippitt’s Ice House. It piqued my interest enough to do some research into the history of ice houses, only to discover that their history is entwined with that staple of southern culture – sweet ice tea. Of course, if you come from the north, you have probably discovered that stating “sweet” and “ice” is unnecessary in any restaurant order; “tea” says it all. It’s when you want an unsweetened or hot tea that you need to be explicit. Anyway…

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The Road Less Traveled: Taking Steps Toward Your Ideal Retirement

Have you given a great deal of thought about your “bucket list” recently? For most people, a bucket list consists of things we have always wanted to do and many of those things involve taking risks or traveling far away from home or exploring some other type of great unknown. I read an article recently in Financial Advisor Magazine that discussed regrets that people had as they aged. The article said, “Among the top regrets were: not following their dreams, not taking risks with their careers, not taking risks with their lives in general, and not being gutsy enough in the choices they made.”

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