The $900,000 Difference in Your Retirement Account

There’s no magical age for retirement. The fork in the road doesn’t suddenly appear at age 62, 67, or 70. It’s here right now, TODAY… no matter how old you are.

That’s because whether you’re 40, 50, 60, or somewhere in between, there’s never a better time than right now to make your financial independence and your retirement dreams a priority.

Unfortunately, 9 out of 10 Americans are nowhere near financially prepared for their retirement.

But recognize that every day, every month, or every year that you wait to fix it only puts you further and further behind.

Let’s look at it a different way…

Here’s a chart that shows the growth of $50,000 from age 50 through age 75.

The blue curve is the growth based on an 8% annual returnrn – the typical average returnrn of a 401(k). The green curve represents the expected growth using the Million-Dollar Retirement Catch Up.

As you can see, there’s a significant difference between these two results… more than $900,000 over a 20-year period, in fact!

Even over the next 10 years, there’s a potential $132,395 difference.

That’s because the catch-up strategy I’ve developed is specifically designed to SAFELY TRIPLE your money every seven years. That’s a returnrn you simply won’t get with a diversified 401(k) portfolio or by investing in the broader market with an index fund.

I’ll share details with you over the coming days.

Charles Sizemore

Charles Sizemore

Charles specializes in finding value opportunities and income plays outside of the mainstream stock market.