The year was 2008 and for most people, who relied on their 401(k) as a source of their retirement nest egg, it was a terrible year.
Many people lost 30, 50, even 70% of their funds in one short period of time during this historic market crash.
We don’t want you to have to relive the past, of course.
Following the correct blueprint can help you avoid losing any part of your precious nest egg and protect your retirement fund. Part of any reliable blueprint should also increase the chances of you multiplying the wealth inside your 401(k) fund.
But sometimes, even blueprints can leave critical details out.
You don’t want to make the mistake of checking boxes, selecting options, and then turning your 401(k) form in and then leave the rest to chance.
So what do you do?
It’s critical that your 401(k) gets updated at least twice a year to reflect changes in the current market. But even then you can follow the perfect blueprint, and get all the information about the markets you want.
You’ll even make changes to your fund … only to hemorrhage money anyhow.
How does that happen?
By participating in a wealth system designed to make you poor.
The fact is: your IRA or 401(k) is a financial product. And just like any product in the market – from milk to a Lexus – there’s a price tag. And you may be paying much more than you’d expect – to fund your retirement.
Even worse, that “price tag” can’t be found anywhere on your monthly 401(k) statement.
The good news is we’ve found the person who can help you discover this price tag.
Who is it? And how can you find this “hidden price tag”?
The majority of account holders still don’t know they’re being charged this hidden price tag. And those who do don’t realize how big of an impact it’s making on their retirement.
If Ben Franklin were still around today, he might say that “nothing can be said to be certain, except death, taxes, and the hidden price tag on your retirement.”
So what should you do if you don’t know the impact of this “price tag” on your 401(k)?
Here are 5 secret words that will force your plan administrator to spill their guts:
This is the ONLY way to find out exactly what you’re paying to your broker. These fees are taken “off the top,” so you won’t find them on your monthly statement. Now, you can reclaim them.
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Obviously, having the proper guidance and advice when it comes to protecting your retirement is a large and complex topic.
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