You Could Live to 105—Can You Pay for It?
Dennis often tells our team that he and his peers were counselled to plan for a 120-year lifespan when calculating retirement estimates. If you retired at age 65, you had to plan on the money lasting 55 more years. You’d have enough to live… read article
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Unless you started out with a very large nest egg, outliving your money is probably as deep a concern for you as it was for me just a few years ago.
And I'm not just talking about scraping by on pork and beans. To me, having money for life means being able to afford some – or all – of the fun and exciting things I always wanted to do.
I now know I'll be financially secure for life, no matter what the economy does, and you can do the same.Find out more here
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I didn't work hard my entire life so I could spend my "golden years" eating pork and beans in front of the TV.
And I'm guessing you didn't either.
But, with the setbacks we suffered in 2008, a risky stock market, and near-zero interest on bonds and CDs, many of us are wondering how we will ever retire without running out of money — sooner or later.
Faced with that problem myself, I started from the ground up to create an investing plan that would, no matter what:
- generate good income
- keep my money safe from market crashes, and
- protect me from the inflation that's headed our way.
It's an investing framework that makes sense for any investor, however large or small.
If you need to reboot your own retirement plan — if you feel less than 100% certain that you'll have money forever — read more here