Take advantage of other people’s money to fund your retirement by an extra 60% to 80% more in tax advantaged income

If you are over 40 and have only just begun saving for retirement, then you should be setting aside about 1/3 of your income annually.  Retirement experts generally agree that at least $1,000,000 of savings is required for retirement.  This figure doubles for wealthier couples.  On top of that, there are growing concerns of inflation, future healthcare costs, and rising tax rates.

Yet most highly compensated individuals only save 9-12% annually to maintain their current lifestyle.

By leveraging other people’s money, we can offer you the potential to add three times the amount of money towards retirement.  The extra money gets you closer to the accumulation goals to maintain your lifestyle as you age, without additional drain on your current budget.

Contact us to finally getting back on track to retirement.


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