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The Decker Approach
A Common Sense Approach To Retirement Planning
When you’re in your twenties, thirties, forties, and early fifties, financial planning advice centers on “save, save, save,” using all the tools in the shed like Roths, IRA contributions, and 401ks with company matching. But, when you’re getting close to retirement and you’ve saved like crazy, what do you do?
In this book, Brian Decker will take you through his six step planning process and show you how you could take your nest egg and use it to systematically create an income stream that you can count on for as long as you live.
Principles That Govern Proper Retirement Planning
The first step toward achieving a successful retirement is not about what’s in your plan—it’s about who helps you create your plan: a fiduciary advisor. Fiduciaries are legally required to put their client’s best interest before their own or their company’s best interest. The fiduciary standard is a higher ethical and moral standard in the finance industry.
A Common Sense Defense to Retirement Planning
Retirement planning can be a complicated and daunting task. While planning, it’s important to ask the right questions in order to avoid being sold investment strategies guided by commission-driven salespeople.
A Common Sense Defense to Retirement Planning is a playful narrative exploring the major traps people fall into while planning for retirement. This book examines all sides of the retirement planning process while mathematically and objectively showing the best, most reliable principles that can be used in a retirement plan.
Social Security – When Do I File?
On average, Social Security makes up approximately 38% of an individual’s retirement. With hundreds of thousands of dollars on the line throughout your retirement, and a big portion of your retirement income, it makes sense you would want clarity on when you should file for Social Security benefits. Download to help gain clarity on what is best for you while maximizing your Social Security benefits and your retirement income.