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Retirement Ready Income Investing: What's In Your Wallet?

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Can YOU make this "Retirement Readiness" Statement:

"neither a stock market downturn nor higher interest rates will have a significant impact on my retirement income”

Unfortunately, YOU can't get there with Mutual Funds or ETFs; not even the most popular Target Date Funds can get YOU "Retirement Income Ready".

During corrections of any size, your 401k, IRA, or other pseudo retirement program is leaking capital each and every month  

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Please contact us for a FREE "Retirement Readiness" analysis of your portfolio(s)... you won't believe how little income your current investment program provides.

Contact Steve (sanserve-at-aol-dot-com) to make arrangements for your private, portfolio specific, analysis

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For Individuals: This is the retirement income planning program you've been looking for, perfect for your IRA, or rollover 401k program. Keep in mind that the very best (and cheapest) Target Date Retirement Funds provide YOU wth barely 2.0% in spending money... your withdrawals requirements will likely be 4% or more.

MCIM income focused portfolios pay roughly 6%, after expenses, and with far less exposure to the stock market than you have right now. 

For Retirees & Soontobes: What good is wealth without income? Learn how to create a safer and more secure cash flow, one that can keep up with most inflation scenarios. 

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