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Almost two-thirds of retirees 85 and older have run out of money. So, how do we fix this?

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Get insurance

  • Life insurance is essentially “betting short” on yourself (protecting your family in case you don’t live to the end of your term)
  • Insurance that pays you while you’re still alive requires years of planning and funding and payouts are often lower than needed
  • LTC insurance can reject up to 40% of clients due to underwriting guidelines
02

Get insurance

  • Annuities only cover recurring and predictable expenses
  • They require large upfront investments and usually tie up a majority of your portfolio
  • They’re typically vulnerable to inflation, so they could still not be enough
01

Get insurance

  • Life insurance is essentially “betting short” on yourself (protecting your family in case you don’t live to the end of your term)
  • Insurance that pays you while you’re still alive requires years of planning and funding and payouts are often lower than needed
  • LTC insurance can reject up to 40% of clients due to underwriting guidelines

2 in 3 retirees 85 and older have run out of money. What are our options to prevent this?

01

Get insurance

Term life insurance is essentially “betting short” on yourself (protecting your family in case you don’t live to the end of your term)

Insurance that pays you while you’re still alive may require years of planning and funding and payouts are often lower than needed

LTC insurance can reject up to 40% of applicants due to preexisting conditions

02

Get an annuity

Annuities only cover recurring and predictable expenses

They may require large upfront investments and usually tie up a majority of your portfolio

They’re typically vulnerable to inflation, so they could still not be enough

03

Save more, spend less

Even with an expert financial advisor, it's impossible to plan for the unknown

The "one-size fits all" approach to "save more, spend less" does not work

Decumulation strategies target low cash balances at old age when assets may be needed most

We need more options. Enter Savvly.

01

After decades in the financial services industry, we saw a huge opportunity to fill a massive gap.

Almost two-thirds of Americans run out of money by age 85. And with longevity breakthroughs on the horizon, increased life expectancies could make it even worse.

02

Savvly mitigates the financial risk of a long life with payouts comprised of market returns and long-term bonuses that would have been earned by people who withdraw early.

In short, the longer you live, the more you can get over time.

03

While the mechanics of Savvly combine complex actuarial science and sophisticated pool management algorithms, the result is simple to understand: Savvly allows you to maximize your returns when you live a long life.

That way, you can live peacefully knowing you can have more money when you need it most.

Built by industry veterans

Coming from McKinsey, Allianz, Gallagher, and the SEC, we bring a combined 70 years of insurance, finance, and securities experience to Savvly.

Dario Fusato

Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder

Tony Derossi

Chief Operating Officer & Co-Founder

Rob Evans

General Counsel

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