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The One Thing That’s Preventing You from Retiring

It’s possible that there’s only one main thing that’s standing between you and retiring. But it’s probably not what you think it is. You may be thinking it’s because you need more money, and for some, that may be true. But for many of you, that’s not what it is.

What’s standing between you and retiring is clarity.

If you don’t have clarity:

  • You could work for years and years, when you could’ve been enjoying your life.
  • You could unknowingly trigger a huge tax event that could needlessly cost you tens of thousands of dollars.
  • You won’t know how long your money will last.
  • And you may not know how or when to claim your social security benefits and potentially leave your dollars on the table.

My point is not having clarity can wind up being really expensive. But the good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way.

Clarity is a word we use a lot around here. Clarity empowers you to make decisions with confidence and it reaches into all areas of your life.

Do you want to get clarity on your money, and your retirement?

On this weekend’s edition of America’s Wealth Management Show, Bud and I will reveal the critical components that could help give you clarity on your money, and your retirement.

These little known strategies could have a profound impact not only on when you retire but also possibly on how well you retire! Make sure to tune in!

To find out when America’s Wealth Management Show airs in your city, click here. If you missed it or would like to listen to past shows, you can find them by clicking here.
 

Investment advisory services offered through Barber Financial Group, Inc., an SEC Registered Investment Adviser.

The views expressed represent the opinion of Barber Financial Group an SEC Registered Investment Advisor. Information provided is for illustrative purposes only and does not constitute investment, tax, or legal advice. Barber Financial Group does not accept any liability for the use of the information discussed. Consult with a qualified financial, legal, or tax professional prior to taking any action.

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