Investing Secrets

Investing Secrets "They" Don't Want You To Know

By Kyle D. Winther

  • Release Date - Published: 2011-11-14
  • Book Genre: Personal Finance
  • Author: Kyle D. Winther
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INTRODUCTION: Are you prepared for 65? 
“The question isn’t at what age I want to retire, it’s at what income.”
~ George Foreman, iconic boxing championship and entrepreneur

Is there something your employer is not telling you?  I am willing to bet that your boss is keeping secrets from you about your retirement – especially the reality that you will not retire rich or comfortably.  
65 is no longer the golden number of prosperity – especially as more and more Americans are forced to work well into there retirement years for income.  As corporate and Government pensions shrink and Social Security teeters on the brink of bankruptcy, your retirement future solely lies in your own hands.   
Take an honest look at your savings and assets: are you ready for retirement?   
If you are like 40% of Americas polled in the 2011 Retirement Confidence Survey, then you have not saved for your retirement.  If you are over the age of 45, then there is a 33% chance you have not begun saving for your retirement plans.    Even if you have started saving for retirement, there is a 50% chance that you have less than $25,000 for your nest egg.  
Worse, if you are like a majority of Americans, then you erroneously believe that you will retire comfortably – when the reality of the numbers speaks otherwise.  
Rising health care costs, inflation rates, and the high quality of life we expect in retirement further compounds the need for a strong elderly nest egg.  More than 50% of workers estimate needing less than $250,000 to cover retiree health costs – but according to research by the Employee Benefit Research Institute, to have sufficient funds for healthcare, a retired couple needs a minimum of $300,000 for an average life expectancy, or $550,000 for a lifespan of 95. 
This demonstrates the large gap between expectations and reality – which is the reoccurring theme in most retirement plans today.      
Good news!  By the end of this book, you will be savvier than 99% of most common readers when it comes to your retirement.  I explain the fundamentals, pros, and cons behind each retirement instrument – and show you exactly how to AVOID the traps that siphon your retirement funds.  Indeed, there are many retirement secrets that your “boss” does not want you to know, but with the decades of experience I have had in tax, estate, legacy investment, and financial planning, you will no longer be kept in the dark about the reality of retirement!      
The fact that you are reading this book means that you are conscientiously concerned and planning for your retirement.  Now, the next step is to figure out if your investment and savings plan will give you the needed funds to enjoy a comfortable retirement.  

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  • Tons of great knowledge and information

    By Kelly Ellen w
    This investment book is well written and has tons of valuable information and secrets to help me with my retirement fund. Well worth the money to spend in this download.
  • Great finance book! Worth $100 of secrets

    By Brittany p brown
    This book has allowed me to save thousands of dollars on my 401k and grow my portfolio bigger than it has ever been. I would have paid $100 for this book. Thank you very much!
  • Great book

    By Lori A W
    This is really a great book, very well written. I learned a lot of good tips, like not leaving my old 401k with the company I used to work for. That's my money and I should roll it over and manage my own money. God forbide there is another Enron.
  • Great financial book!

    By Dana gordsen
    Investing in my 401k and how I invest for my retirement has completely changed. I never knew how retirement funds really worked. Thanks for the secrets!

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