Retirement Income Guide

Wouldn’t You Rather Be Doing
Something More Fun & Interesting
Growing Old Sitting in Your
Lazy Boy Recliner Watching TV?


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Retirement Income Secrets Book

You’ll find at least 3 or more doable ideas that
will each add an extra $500.00 or more
to your pocket every month,
or your money back.

Retirement Income SecretsI hope you’re not disappointed that we don’t have a glitzy sales page, full of psychological “sales triggers” to make you drool with excitement while you whip out your credit card to buy the latest and greatest shiny object.

Sorry, but that is just not who we are.

We’re regular family folks just like you, who happen to have been blessed with some experiences in the entrepreneurial arena that have enabled us to live an above-average lifestyle while creating some passive/residual income to help fund our retirement.

I wrote this manual to share my experiences and what I have learned in the hopes that you will also be able to create some additional streams of retirement income for you and your family.

So, no hype, here’s what we got, and if you don’t learn anything or find value in this book, please let me know and we’ll gladly refund your money.

We want to add value to your life, not subtract from your bank balance.


“If you’re in your fifties or sixties, and are just now getting serious about your retirement planning, this book is for you.

What’s this book about?

It’s about how ordinary people like you and me can create assets that will pay us for the rest of our lives.

Sure, it would be great if you had a secure $10,000 a month income lined up or $10 million bucks (of secure investments) in your retirement account…

But let’s face reality; the majority of folks have basically little more than a piddling Social Security check coming their way when they retire.

Way too many people are reaching retirement age and discovering that they cannot afford to retire and maintain their standard of living because of insufficient sources of (retirement) income.”

Retirement Income Secrets

Retirement Income Secrets

My Personal Guarantee

If you can’t find at least 3 or more doable ideas that will each add an extra $500.00 or more to your monthly cash availability, just contact me and I’ll buy this book back from you, no hassles whatsoever.

And just so you know I’m serious, and this is not some empty-promise like you get from so many people these days, my personal cell phone number, and my personal email address, and my office address are all on page 102 of this book.

Not to mention, I’ve been in the offline business arena since 1974 and the online business arena since 1998. You can Google me and find me if you need to.

How’s that for a personal money-back guarantee?

Retirement Income Secrets

Earn a Full-Time Income Without Punching a Clock

By Mike Stokes

102 pages

This is a real printed book, not an eBook.

In stock and ships same or next business day by USPS Priority Mail.


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Becoming a Part-Time Millionaire – Introduction

How You Can Go From Dead Broke and Homeless
to Becoming a Part-Time Millionaire
in 10 Easy to Follow Steps

(If you’re not “dead broke and homeless”, you’ve already got a head start on your way to becoming a “part-time millionaire”!)

=> Alex is getting married soon and needs to be able to afford a home for her family.

=> Tammy wants to be a stay-at-home mom and raise her own children instead of shipping them off to a daycare facility every day.

=> Sarah is working two jobs and still doesn’t make enough money to support her two children.

=> Mark has no retirement nest egg and wants to buy and pay off five houses quickly so he and his wife can live in one and rent the other four to have a secure retirement income.

All of these people have one thing in common… Continue reading

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10 Choices That Can Derail Your Dream Of Retirement

Planning for retirement can be challenging at the best of times. Make the wrong choices or decisions and you may be left wondering what happened to your dream of retiring. Here are 10 choices that can derail your retirement dreams. The first step is to figure out if you are guilty of any of them. The next step is to decide how many of them you can change, to get back on track. Continue reading

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The Real Truth About Reverse Mortgages

The Real Truth About Reverse Mortgages

becoming a part time millionaireAs you near retirement, there is no doubt that money becomes a huge concern. Before you make the final decision there are a number of decisions that you are going to be faced with. Will you have enough to live on? How long will your investments last? Can you stay in your own home?

This last one is big for many people looking to retire because even if you own your home, staying put can be an expensive proposition. That’s one reason why reverse mortgages have become increasingly popular recently. Continue reading

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Bad News On The Horizon For Blue-Collar Baby Boomer Workers Hoping To Retire

Blue Collar Baby Boomers Hoping To Retire 

If you’re a baby boomer who has spent your working career as a blue-collar worker, you’ve probably been looking forward to retiring while you’re still young enough to enjoy it.

There’s no getting around the fact that hard physical labor takes a toll on the body. You can only do it for so long before it starts affecting you, and that’s a major concern as you get older. But with fully 20% of the workforce currently made up of workers aged 55 or older, there’s lots of competition for less physically demanding jobs. Continue reading

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Can You Afford The High Cost Of Medical Expenses In Retirement?

Can You Afford The High Cost Of Medical Expenses In Retirement?

 Most people in retirement will have less income. After all, you will no longer be working full-time, so you will probably be depending primarily on a private pension plan, social security or investment earnings to pay the bills.

But on the other hand, ideally you won’t have as many expenses to deal with. It sounds good on paper except for one crucial element. While you may be able to cut down on other expenses, medical expenses are likely to increase as you get older. Continue reading

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How To Feel Wealthy Even If You’re Not

How To Feel Wealthy (Even If You’re Not)

It turns out that the perception of wealth is all relative.

Those of us who aren’t wealthy would probably feel rich if we had several million dollars worth of assets to invest. But apparently only 28% of people with that much money at their disposal consider themselves rich. The reason why is intriguing and reveals a way that might allow you to feel wealthier than you really are. Continue reading

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Planning For Your Retirement

Planning For Retirement

planning for retirementIf you’re thinking about retiring anytime soon, there is no time like the present to start planning. Retiring is a little more involved than simply deciding to hand in your notice. The fact is the earlier you start planning and preparing for your retirement the better.

Since you’re going to be retired for a long time, it’s important to be ready when you do walk out that door for the last time. That’s why it’s a smart idea to plan ahead for that next stage in your life.

There’s a lot to consider when the time comes to start thinking about retiring. Continue reading

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Is There Hope For The Young Under-Employed American?

Is There Hope For The Young Under-Employed American?

working poorSince the economy is supposed to be undergoing a recovery after literally years of performing sluggishly, you’d think that would mean that employment would be up in all age groups.

But that’s not the case and even more surprising is the fact that the group suffering the most from both unemployment and under-employment is those who are between the ages of 18 and 29. Continue reading

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