You’re Looking Forward to Retirement, but Can You Afford to Live Three or More Decades Without a Paycheck?
Today’s retirees face a very different world than their parents and grandparents. You may feel like you’re tired of the rat race, and you’re ready to kick back and enjoy life. But are you absolutely certain that you can afford to quit working?
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The question isn’t at what age I want to retire, it’s at what income. – George Foreman
About the Author
With Baby Boomers retiring at a rate of 10,000 each day, more and more people need help navigating the treacherous waters of retirement. Whether it’s planning for your investment return, insurance needs, tax strategies or your lasting legacy, I want to help you achieve the retirement of your dreams. There’s no better time to start than today.
What You Will Learn With This eBook
Plan For The Future You Want
Invest With Confidence
Make the Right Social-Security Claiming Decision
How Has Retirement Changed?
But are you absolutely certain that you can afford to quit working?
According to the Social Security Administration, a 65-year-old man can expect to live another 18 years, on average. A 65-year-old woman can expect to live another 20 years, on average.
Compounding the problem, many people find it difficult to re-enter the workforce after several years in retirement – even if they realize they need more money to pay basic living expenses!
But you control your financial decisions. There are some simple steps you can take before retirement to be sure you can live the life you envision.
This was my motivation for writing this book: To give you the hope and inspiration you need to get your financial life in order before it’s too late!