If you’re like most people I talk to, you’re making several critical mistakes with your retirement accounts.
These mistakes could cost you literally hundreds of thousands of dollars over your lifetime.
But what’s worse is how these retirement plan traps can cost you your family’s well-being, and mean the difference between having to struggle to get by during what should be your golden years … and being able to enjoy life’s luxuries.
With all the economic uncertainties and worldwide turmoil that have been churning the markets, it is vitally important that you know how to avoid these costly retirement plan pitfalls today.
That’s why I’m urging you to join me and our Director of Education, Lee McIntyre, for this special online event. You’ll discover which retirement plan mistakes you are making and how to avoid them.
Space on this online event is limited, and there is no cost to attend.
Here’s What You’ll Discover During This Online Event…
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Perhaps you’re wondering…
Do Women Really Need or Want Different Financial Advice than Men?
Good question! And one I asked myself when I was first offered the position of Editor-In-Chief of this new publication. That got me doing a lot of research, and I was surprised by what I discovered…
That’s only slightly better than the Center’s National Retirement Risk Index showed in 2010, in spite of a 45% inflation-adjusted increase in the stock market and a 6% increase in home prices since then.
…says 75-year-old Margie Alford of Austin, Texas. Yet, Margie’s financial planner is moving her CD money into stocks instead, after fruitlessly waiting for three years for interest rates to rise.
Low interest rates of the past several years have taken a toll on U.S. savers. “The Fed has removed the last shred of possibility that interest rates will revert to normal in the near future,” according to Christopher Carroll, profession at Johns Hopkins University.1
As a result, retirees are taking on more risk… at a time they can least afford to.
With interest rates on CD’s, saving and money market accounts not even keeping up with inflation, what other options do you have?