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Interview with Robert Henderson on Saving for Retirement Later in Life for

Retirement Planning Later in LifeSee my interview in, talking about how to make up for lost time when saving for retirement…

“We’re guessing there might be one or two readers out there who are overwhelmed about the amount of money they need to save to retire comfortably.

But there’s no need to panic, says Robert Henderson, president of Landsdowne Wealth Management in Mystic, Conn.”

Read the full interview here.


Robert Henderson is the President of Lansdowne Wealth Management, an independent, fee-only advisory firm in Mystic, CT. His firm specializes in financial planning and investment management for retirement, with a special focus on the particular needs of women that are divorced or widowed. He is an Accredited Asset Management Specialist and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. Mr. Henderson can be reached at 860-245-5078 or You can also view his personal finance blog,The Retirement Workshop at and the firm’s website at

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