Search “retirement” on Google and you’ll be hit with a barrage of doom-and-gloom headlines that look like this:
“42% Of Americans Will Retire Broke, Survey Says”
“Life In Retirement: The Not-So-Golden Years”
“Americans Are Retiring Later, Dying Sooner And Sicker In-Between”
Yikes. Doesn’t make us too excited for our golden years…
It’s no secret that the retirement crisis in America is very real. And most of the advice for overcoming it is all penny-pinching, coupon cutting, and frugal living.
Basically, retirement planning doesn’t sound very fun.
But there’s another solution, one that many people don’t talk about… or even know about.
And it’s a strategy that allows you to boost your savings while still enjoying nice dinners out and weekend golf trips.
It just requires you to plan (and invest) smarter, not harder.
Marc is sharing exactly how to do that, step by step, in his new book, “You Don’t Have To Drive An Uber In Retirement.”
Here’s a peek at some of the things you’ll learn how to do:
- Save money on health care. It’s the biggest expense you’ll face in retirement—up to a whopping $280,000 for a 65-year-old couple. Marc has uncovered the little-known ways that will not only get you discounts on expensive prescriptions and surgery, but also provide you with better treatment.
- Reduce your taxes by up to 50%. You’ll find out how to cut taxes on almost everything from your car to your income—and even your savings account, with the tax-free 401(k) you’ve never heard of.
- Get an extra full year’s salary… from Social Security. It’s a secret used by one of the world’s top economists, who collects an additional $3,300 per month. And it requires zero effort on your part.
- Travel the world for cheap. Nothing says “dream retirement” more than a free world-class cruise to Bali or a luxurious European excursion for one-third of the normal price. These trips can be all yours thanks to these tips. No hostels or cheap motels required.
Plus, Marc reveals what not to do, from investing in annuities to paying exorbitant financial advisor fees to choosing a reverse mortgage.
It’s the ultimate retirement survival guide—and it’s perfect for anyone, no matter where you are in the retirement planning process.
Whether you’re 30 years away from calling it quits or already retired, there’s plenty of valuable advice and unique strategies packed inside for maximizing your savings.
The best part? We’re giving away copies right now.
There’s a limited number, so click here to snag yours before they’re all gone.
You have nothing to lose and everything to gain—including an extra $50,000-plus in your retirement savings account.