How to Retire Early
When people think about retiring early, they readily assume they will need a larger retirement nest egg or to simply be rich. However, there are other ways to retire early.
For example, one method is to significantly reduce your financial needs (e.g., move to an area with a low cost of living) and thereby comfortably retire with a smaller nest egg. Another option is to earn more on your retirement assets than your financial advisor tells you is possible.
Unfortunately, your financial advisor never gives you the complete story as he is constrained by his employer. If your financial advisor works for a large investment company, that company severely limits the products and services that your financial advisor can offer.
Why? Because the employing investment firm only wants to offer those products and services which are most profitable for them. Many other products and services that would be good for you and pay you a higher interest rate are not lucrative for the investment company.
For example, everyone knows you can put money in the bank and get 2%. But how many people know that you can invest in those same institutions (Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, etc.) and get 6% on their preferred shares?
So that you know about these higher-paying alternatives, we offer you a one-page cheat sheet of ten alternative sources for retirement income which pay far higher interest than you are likely aware. We are also happy to provide a free copy of a more detailed 15-page booklet which explains many of these higher-paying options in more detail.
This free download is useful to those planning a future retirement to earn more now as well as existing retirees seeking to increase the yield on their portfolio.