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Talk to anybody who’s retired these days and the conversation invariably ends up discussing inflation and the stock market.

There are some pretty good reasons for that. The S&P 500 is down 17% year to date, bonds are down more than 10% and prices are 9.1% higher than 12 months ago. Meanwhile, another recession is looming as the Federal Reserve aggressively ramps up interest rates.

“We do a lot of education work with our clients, but time has a way of eroding that when the fires get hot,” says John Shrewsbury, co-owner of the Arkansas-based GenWealth Financial Advisors. “They’re checking in with us and asking, ‘Do we need to do anything?’”

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There are some pretty good reasons for that. The S&P 500 is down 17% year to date, bonds are down more than 10% and prices are 9.1% higher than 12 months ago. Meanwhile, another recession is looming as the Federal Reserve aggressively ramps up interest rates.

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“Small business owners need to be more keenly tuned in for retirement savings because the small business gives them more opportunity to save than simply IRA money,” said John Shrewsbury, Co-Owner and Financial Advisor at GenWealth Financial Advisors in Arkansas. “

There’s no question inflation affects your retirement plans. With year-over-year prices rising more than 9%, you are quite correct in wondering what you can do about it. What can you do to protect your retirement from inflation?

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