Put your retirement on the fast track with this financial opportunity
If you have $5000.00 in the bank earning a 1% annual
percentage rate you would receive a mere $50.00 per year in interest. Don’t be a Fool. It would take nearly 100 years to double your
money at this rate. If you invest with us
you will earn $50.00 per month instead
of $50.00 per year. That’s twelve times
more than what you would earn at a financial institution. With us your money would double in 100 months instead of 100 years. And you can pull your money out anytime after
one year. There is a $5000.00 minimum
investment required. Your monthly earnings equal 1% of what ever you
invest. Your monthly payments are
guaranteed and will begin approximately one month after your funds clear.
You are ultimately in charge of your finances, and the results you get from
working with a Financial Planner professional are as much your
responsibility as they are the planner's. These tips can help you avoid some
common mistakes and get the most out of financial planning:
Set measurable financial goals.
Create specific targets for what you want to achieve and when you want to see
results. For example, instead of saying you want to be "comfortable" when you
retire or that you want your children to attend "good" schools, you need to
define exactly what "comfortable" and "good" mean so you'll know when you've
reached your goals.
Understand the effects of each financial decision.
Every financial decision you make can affect several other areas of your
life. For example, an investment decision may have tax consequences that are
harmful to your estate plans. Or a decision about your child's education may
affect when and how you meet your retirement goals. Remember that all of your
financial decisions are interrelated.
Re-evaluate your financial situation periodically.
Financial planning is a dynamic process. Your financial goals may change over
the years due to changes in your lifestyle or circumstances, such as an
inheritance, marriage, birth, house purchase or change of job status. Revisit
and revise your financial plan as time goes by so you stay on track to meet your
Start planning as soon as you can.
People who save or invest small amounts of money early and often tend to do
better than those who wait until later in life. By developing good financial
planning habits such as saving, budgeting, investing and regularly reviewing
your finances, you will be better prepared to handle emergencies and life
Be realistic in your expectations.
Financial planning is a common sense approach to managing your finances to
reach your goals. It cannot change your situation overnight—it's a lifelong
process. Remember that events beyond your control, such as inflation or changes
in the stock market or interest rates, will affect your financial planning
You don't need to go it alone.
Just as you seek a doctor's expert opinion for
medical issues, there are times when you need a qualified financial planning
professional to provide financial advice. Financial Planner
professionals are ready to help you develop and implement a financial plan that
will help you on your journey to a healthy financial future.
Realize that you are in charge.
If you're working with a Financial
Planner professional, be sure you understand the . Provide your Financial Planner professional with all relevant
information about your financial situation. Ask questions about the
recommendations offered to you, and play an active role in decision-making.
THE POWER OF THE RIGHT ADVISER
When you choose a Financial Adviser, you're entering
into a unique long-term relationship. One where your adviser takes the time to
develop a thorough understanding of who you are, how you think and what matters
most to you. It's a relationship that combines financial experience with
intimate knowledge of your priorities to plan, protect and help fulfill your
vision of the future.