Join me @ IBOtoolbox for free.
Eric Wilson
Member Since: 2/7/2018
  
performance / stats
Country: United States
Likes Received: 129
Featured Member: 0 times
Associates: 280
Wall Posts: 334
Comments Made: 125
Press Releases: 272
Videos: 46
Phone: (815) 372-1363
Skype:    
profile visitor stats
TODAY: 10
THIS MONTH: 743
TOTAL: 53897
are we ibo associates?
active associates
Whitney Jacqueline       
Last logged on: 2/19/2019


Bobby Brown    
Last logged on: 2/19/2019


Spencer Taylor Jr    
Last logged on: 2/19/2019


Rix Robinson    
Last logged on: 2/19/2019


Sanjay Sarkar    
Last logged on: 2/19/2019


Allison King    
Last logged on: 2/19/2019


Chow Keng Sun    
Last logged on: 2/19/2019


Ezworksystem Opportunities    
Last logged on: 2/19/2019


Dee Tee    
Last logged on: 2/19/2019


Kristijan Spariosu    
Last logged on: 2/19/2019


David Banciu    
Last logged on: 2/19/2019


New Macro JobHouseRanger    
Last logged on: 2/19/2019


Dorothy Allen    
Last logged on: 2/19/2019


Steven Ackerman     
Last logged on: 2/19/2019


Eugenijus Sakalauskas    
Last logged on: 2/19/2019


other ibo platforms
Eric Wilson   My Press Releases

Investing in Your Retirement

Published on 10/10/2018
For additional information  Click Here

ou often hear the term “Pay yourself first”.  That means you want to be sure you take care of you before you take care of your bills and other financial obligations.  Unfortunately in the real world it is not always realistic.  You really cannot neglect your mortgage or you will be on the streets.  All of the $20 here and $20 there begin to add up.

Well here is an idea.  Start your retirement today and use your tax-refund.  Make your annual contribution when you get the refund.

There are a few kinds of money.  First is FREE MONEY, that is like in your 401 (k), the part that the company matches.  That is great, unfortunatly though 401 (k) plans can and do lose money.  Then there is TAX FREE MONEY, which you usually can only obtain through a 7702 (a) plan, which is basically the growth of a cash value life insurance plan.  Then Tax deferred money.  The downside to tax deferred money, while in theory you hope to be in a lower tax bracket when you retire, I think with the debt this country is in, the odds are very good you will be in a higher tax bracket at that time.  The least appealing money is the money we get paid with which is taxable money.

The nice thing about a cash value life policy, particularly an Indexed product, is you can design the plan around what you can pay.  You take a lower death benefit to maximize the growth.

Member Note: To comment on this PR, simply click reply on the owners main post below.
-  Copyright 2016 IBOsocial  -            Part of the IBOtoolbox family of sites.