At some point, we will all be retired. Whether by choice or otherwise, when that time comes will you be prepared, or will you run out of money too soon? Many people “hope” they will have enough, but never put their numbers on paper to find out if they actually will have enough. This question causes anxiety and discomfort. Rather than have an uncomfortable experience, people put it off and ignore the question until it is too late to change the outcome.
Our purpose is to encourage and help you reach your retirement and other financial goals. No one can guarantee that will reach any specific goal, but if you work to a plan, the outcome is much more likely to happen. Consider taking a vacation and packing your car and leaving without having the slightest idea of where you are going and what route you will take. If this makes no sense to you, might you be one of the people who spends more time planning your next vacation than planning your potential of thirty years in retirement?
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