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Now let’s assume you have great longevity in your family genes,

and everyone in your family lives to 95 – and then drops dead! That means you need to have saved enough money to provide you with $30,000 per year, indexed for inflation, for 30 years.

How much do you need to have saved to provide you with $30,000 per year, for 30 years, indexed to inflation? $500,000, $750,000, $900,000, or maybe $1,000,000?

TheAnswerIs $518,761 (based on a real return of 4%. For example, a nominal return of 6% less inflation of 2% equals a real return of 4%).

So, now you’re probably wondering, What should I know before I start to invest?


TheAnswerIs HERE