We use success rates on a scale of 1-100 to give clients ideas of their odds of having a successful retirement. Of course, common sense says you want to score 95, not 50, but I’m going to suggest a 50% success rate in your retirement planning might actually be better than a 95% success rate. Here’s why….
Watch this short video to learn the best way to guard yourself against rising inflation.
We all know we’re supposed to keep a budget and track our spending, and that should give us a really good idea how much income we need in retirement, but the reality of it is very few of us do that. Luckily there’s a super simple way to figure out how much you really need….
Make sure you’re using one, or all three, of these tax strategies so you pay the lowest amount of taxes in retirement.