Fact Checked byTaylor Sundeen, CFP®
“When can I retire?”
“Will I have enough to stay retired?”
Those are two of the top questions we hear—and love to answer.
After working with thousands of individuals entering into retirement, we’ve found the average retiree’s expenses typically increase 10–20% during the first 10 years of retirement and start decreasing later.
Think about it.
When you retire, and “every day is Saturday,” you’ll have more free time—and that gives you more opportunities to spend as well.
That’s why we want to help you prepare not only for these increased expenses but also give you tax-efficient strategies to increase the income you get to keep.
You may have heard the saying, “It’s not how much you make, it’s how much you get to keep.”
In fact, there are 3 strategies that—when planned for now—can increase your retirement income by more than $100k.
We’re happy to share those strategies, and several more, with you in our newest complimentary video class: How to Retire With Confidence
In this 15-minute video class you’ll also learn:
When the #1 fear of retirees is that they won’t have enough money to live on, we had to do something about it. Because worry is a terrible thing to have in retirement.
Watch the video class here, and learn how you can begin to increase your retirement income—and boost your confidence, starting today.