Retire S.M.A.R.T.

The Systematic Moves of a Abundant Retirement

OMAHA, Neb., Dec. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The retirement landscape has changed so dramatically in the last decade thatit's time to seperate facts from fiction.  In Retire S.M.A.R.T. you will receive answers to your biggest retirement questions (plus answers to questions you didn't even know to ask)!

Over 44 million Americans over the age of 65 are facing stiff challenges to retire and stay retired.  Our new book and seminar educates and equips against the little-known mistakes and costly missteps that can derail your retirement plan.

In 1900, there were only a little over 3 million Americans over the age of 65.  Today, the Census Bureau shows that 1 out of every 8 Americans is over the age of 65, numbering 44 million strong and growing.

By 2030, 1 out of every 5 Americans will have celebrated their 65thbirthday, with 10,000 Baby Boomers turning 65 every single day.  In fact, the fastest growing segment of the U.S. population is those aged 100 and over!  Retired workers receiving Social Security benefits has more than tripled since 1970, fro13.3 million in 1970 to over 39.0 million in 2014.

Today' retirees face significant challenges and obstacles to enjoying the reward for a lifetime of labor and sacrifice.

That is the subject of our new book and seminar, designed to educate retirees on the major mistakes and costly missteps that can derail their retirement lifestyle.  This exciting and fun, 77 minute presentation explores some of the major retiree fears and concerns including:  living too long, litigation, running out of money, taxes, inflation, the deficit, Medicare penalties,and not living without purpose and meaning.

One hundred years ago, the average American died at 51 years old.  Today, the average American retires at age 62 and could live to age 100 or beyond.  Imagine being 75 years old, in great health, full of life and running out of money.  AARP reported that 2 out of 3 older Americans fear running out of money more than they fear dying.

The fear of running out f money in not unfounded.

In a CBS MarketWatch article, Our Next Big Crisis Will Be The Retirement Crisis, estimates that 1 out of 2 retirees are at risk of not being able to maintain their standard of living in retirement.

It can even get worse if you live longer.  The Wall Street Journal had an article titled, Are You Ready For A Long Retirement?, estimates that only 1 out of 3 retirees are financially prepared to live into their 90's.

In addition, running afoul of the IRS retirement account rules can cost a bundle.

TheWall Street Journal report that, "Uncle Sam is about to get a lot tougher on individual retirement mistakes --and that could trip up investors who aren't careful."  The IRS levied over half a billion dollars in fines in just a two year period for missed withdrawals and contributions that break the rules.  Not taxes but penalties.

What about litigation.  There are over 50 thousand civil lawsuits filed everyday in this country.  Of bigger concur is what attorney's call deep pockets.  Are you protected?

The book and seminar is designed to be both informative and entertaining, using stories of both famous and not-so-famous people to illustrate costly retirement planning mistakes.  It further outlines practical steps people can take to protect their retirement wealth, including  :Three Methods to Increase your Retirement "Paycheck" and Create an Income you cant outlive:  The Most under-Utilized Tax Benefits Used by the Ultra-Wealthy and now are available to you:  How you can Reduce and even Eliminate Income Taxes on your IRA and 401(k):  How to Legally bypass Capital Gains Taxes on Stocks and Bonds.

Media Contact: Steve Casto, Retirement Matters, 4023338751,

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