Tuesday, 29 January 2019

Retirement Intelligence


From the U.S. Government's own Social Security web site - "Under current law, if you have average earnings, your Social Security retirement benefits will replace only about 40 percent, so you'll need to supplement your benefits with a pension, savings or investments." This assumes, of course, that Social Security is secure and will be around throughout your entire retirement. Most financial planners suggest that retirees will need at least 75 percent of their pre-retirement pay, to ensure a comfortable retirement. This percent comes from a combination of a pension, Social Security and personal savings. Pensions are scarce, and if you are one of the lucky ones to have a pension, these are becoming less secure. Just ask any United Airlines worker. Thus, more and more it is up to us, the individual, to fund our entire retirement. The FREE Retirement Intelligence Information Services newsletter provides investment education in easy to understand terms, to help you, the individual investor. The service is absolutely 100% FREE for everyone. Providing intelligent retirement information is our passion. Through the Retirement Intelligence Information Services newsletter, you will become informed and empowered to take over control of your investments. Topics covered by the Retirement Intelligence Information Services newsletter include: 

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