101 Retirement Tips
If you are planning on using money invested in anything that is susceptible to market volatility including stocks, bonds, mutual funds, variable annuities, gold, other commodities, real estate rental income, anything that can go down in value—as your source of income in retirement, you are gambling with your future. You’re also paying the house while you sit and pray.
The average person should expect to spend between 55% to 80% of their annual income during their retirement, based on their income, retirement lifestyle, and healthcare costs.
Here are just a couple of the nuggets of information you will find in our 101 Retirement Tips resource guide…
- Decide how much cash flow you want from your portfolio in retirement.
- Know the difference between income and cash flow.
- If you’re going to buy funds, buy low-cost index funds.
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