The 4 Questions About Your Financial Future
Is Financial Security a Thing of the Past?
Many Americans are serious about their financial future. They have read books, listened to radio shows, talked to various financial advisors, and spent tons of money to find the best ways to secure their retirement funds. Despite all the planning, advising and educating, most of them are left with a lot of questions, and no real guarantees. They still worry about retiring at the age they want to, having enough money to last throughout their retirement, and losing their hard earned money because of a dip in the stock market. Does it have to be this way? Is there any hope that people can have security in their financial future?
There is still HOPE!
There is hope for your financial future. We believe that people don’t need to be left in the dark when it comes to the day they can retire, or how much income they will be able to take in retirement. Traditional financial planning has lead people to believe that this is the only way. That isn’t much of a plan, but more of a wish. Here are four questions that can shed light on your retirement planning and give you concrete plans that you can count on.
If you are serious about your financial future you should know the ANSWERS to these four questions:
What rate of return do you have to earn on your savings and investment dollars to be able to retire at your current standard of living and have your money last through your life expectancy?
How much do you need to save on a monthly or annual basis to be able to retire at your current standard of living and have your money last until life expectancy?
Doing what you are currently doing, how long will you have to work to be able to retire and live your current lifestyle until life expectancy?
If you don’t do anything different than you are doing today, how much will you have to reduce your standard of living at retirement for your money to last to your life expectancy?
The answers to these questions are key to your retirement plan, and most financial advisors aren’t answering them. Without the answers to these questions, people are traveling into the future without a clear plan. Ben Franklin’s famous quote comes to mind when I hear how people are “planning” their retirement.
These four questions are the key to creating a clear plan for your financial future, and we would love to help you answer each of these questions. Of course, the answers to these questions will vary greatly depending on your financial situation, and chances are no two people’s situations are exactly the same. That is perhaps the biggest problem when getting financial advice from a book, radio show, or seminar presentation.
Fortunately, you discovered this post and you can begin to truly plan for retirement. We are hear to help you. We can give you the answers to these four questions and get you started on the right path to a secure retirement and financial freedom. Best of all, we are offering you, the reader of this post, a free consultation to get the answers to these questions. Click the “Request More Information” button below to receive more information.