Making the Case for Retiring Your IRA or 401(k) Today

Making the case for retiring your IRA or 401(k) isn’t an easy task. That’s because, for most people, their 401(k)s and IRAs are synonymous with retirement.

In today’s episode, Doug Andrew explains why he doesn’t own an IRA or 401(k), and why he never will. He’ll explain why he believes it’s time to retire them and to do something way better instead.

It starts with the understanding that taxes are going to be going up and inflation will continue to rise as well. If the dollars you’ve been saving will be purchasing less and less, you have some decisions to make.

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Doug also will explain how to make the conversion from your current tax-deferred vehicle to one where you can accumulate, access and grow your money tax-free from this day forward. This is information you’ll find absolutely essential for reaching your brighter future.

In this week’s episode, you’ll learn why making the case for retiring your IRA or 401(k) may be one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make.

HERE’S A SNAPSHOT OF SOME OF THE IDEAS DOUG SHARES THIS WEEK:

  • Do you understand the difference between being “taxed to the max” versus “Mrs. Ivalot More,” and what she does differently? Doug reveals the shift in mindset that can keep more of your money working for you.
  • If your money is currently parked in an IRA or 401(k), is there a way to move it into a tax-advantaged vehicle? Doug teaches what a strategic rollout is and how to get your money safely aboard.
  • How can you have peace of mind when taxes are almost certainly going up and your dollars are worth less and less?
  • How does “use it or lose it” apply to converting your traditional IRA or 401(k) into a tax-advantaged vehicle? Doug explains how time won’t wait for us to make the necessary moves that can protect us from unnecessary taxes.
  • When it comes to your long term goals, what are some of the best savings alternatives? Doug spells it out with clear, easy to understand examples.
  • Is it possible to save for the future in a way that doesn’t subject you to potential losses when the market declines? Learn how to enjoy safety of principal and predictable rates of return.
  • And much, much more…

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