Retirement Asset Deficiency

It’s a frightening reality that many people don’t have the necessary assets for a comfortable retirement.  Maintaining a certain lifestyle not to mention being able to cover future medical costs is a serious concern for many people.

Brett Arends of the Wall Street Journal wrote last week of the widespread funding concerns of retirement plans in various categories.  You may be surpried we’re not just talking about individual private account but major pension plans as well… what is not so surprising is that social security is facing the same challenges.

What is all boils down to is this:  no matter what your plan is for retirement income is, you’d better have a backup plan and some solid guarantees to go with it.

The article I’m referring to is titled “Warning:  Retirement Disaster Ahead.”  Follow the link to read more.  The intention is not to sound an alarm but raise awareness so that you can take precautionary measures to ensure a good safety net is in place for your retirement income plan.

My goal with this weekly email is to bring you consistent articles that are relevant to issues all current and future retirees face.  No emails go out unless it’s an article worth reading.

I recommend reading Brett’s article and reviewing this site to see if an annuity can help remove doubt in any area of your plan.

As always, I am available with any commens or questions and would invite all members to share information that might help the research efforts of other people.  I’d be happy to post any relevant articles from members of this site.

Have a great week and thanks for your continued support of Annuity Straight Talk.

Bryan J. Anderson


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Bryan Anderson

Bryan Anderson is a licensed insurance producer and a career finance specialist. With Mr Pulsifer, he started Annuity Straight Talk to bring his unique views on guaranteed retirement income and planning to a wide audience. He enjoys working with investors around the US from his offices in NW Montana.

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