Retirement Planning Primer

Retirement Income GuideFREE Retirement Income Planning Guide

If you’re in your fifties or sixties, and are just now getting serious about your retirement planning, I know what you’re going through.

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.

I faced this same predicament when I hit retirement age and saw that my Social Security check was going to be a measly $884 per month.

My wife and I spend more than that on groceries every month!

After a period of time soul-searching and trying to figure out what I was going to do, I came to the realization that I only had a few options:

1. Keep on working until I keeled over dead.

2. Cut up my credit cards, cut my living expenses to the bone, pinch pennies, eat noodles and don’t plan on taking any trips or vacations.

3. Or I could find a way to generate more income on a part-time basis and continue living the lifestyle my wife and I are accustomed to.

I figured I’d rather be dead now than keep on working until I died…

(And I don’t think you want to be working when you’re 65, 70, or 75, and you sure don’t want your spouse to have to work either!)

… and I sure didn’t want to cut back on our living expenses, because in my mind we were already living as modest a lifestyle as I wanted us to live.

In fact, I wanted to take more vacations, not fewer.

 (And you hear all these horror stories about retirees going without their medications, and not having enough food to eat, and freezing to death in the winter because they can’t afford to heat their homes…)

So, even though I was ready to spend the rest of my days on the beach sipping Pina coladas, it was obvious to me that I first needed to invest a little time into finding ways to increase our income so that our lifestyle (standard of living) did not have to take a major hit and go way down.

So I did what you may be thinking about doing, I started reading everything I could find on retirement living and expenses, making extra money, investments, working from home and so on.

So now, I’ve put a summary of what I came up with in a little booklet and PDF that I’m giving away for free to anyone that may have a similar interest.

What I’ve put in this booklet is some of what I’ve learned so far, and the ideas that I feel like will create a quality retirement lifestyle for my family.

You can get a FREE copy by simply putting your first name and email address in the form below and you will get immediate access to the free special report immediately by email.

And, if you want the report in the actual physical real-paper booklet, the email you get will tell you how to get it for free as well.

And don’t worry, I’m not going to flood your email with pitches and hound you until you buy something.

Sure, I do have a big manual that I’m promoting, but I will never try to talk you or anyone else into buying it because quite frankly, I know you don’t want the hassle of requesting a refund – which I will surely give you if you request it.

So, just put your name and email in the form below, and you will gain immediate access to some information that will be of value to you and your family.

And please feel free to contact me after you’ve read the free report if you have any questions or comments.

Mike

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