How much money do you need to retire tomorrow?
(or in the next 10 years)
Take the Magic Number test and find out now
It's a fact that by the time a person reaches retirement, sixty percent of us will not have enough money to live on.
If you're like me, I'm sure you don't want to be part of this statistic.
So how much money do you need to simply the life you want or to enjoy the retirement you deserve?
A hundred grand? A half million? Ten million?
It is a very important question. Getting the right answer can determine how soon and how well you can start living the lifestyle you want.
That's why I want to share my simple “magic number” calculator with you.
Your magic number is the exact number you need to retire one day or simply to live the lifestyle you want in say, the next 10 years. Or at age 60 - whatever your goal is.
Chief Investment Strategist, FSPInvest.co.za
Once you've completed this five-minute-calculator, you'll know exactly how much money you need to have saved up before you can retire, when you can retire and how much you have to save each month to achieve your dream retirement.
You owe it to yourself to know your magic number.
Simply fill out your email address below to get started.
PS: Whatever your magic number turns out to be, I'll show you a way to fast-track your finances so that you can retire in the next ten years - or less. Take the test and I'll show you.
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