Throughout our working years, we attempt to accumulate as many eggs as possible into our retirement nest.
Unfortunately, many people spend their energy focusing on HOW to accumulate a large retirement nest egg, without giving any thought to WHERE their retirement assets should be invested.
While accumulating your desired amount in retirement assets is important, we feel that it is just as important to have your money in assets that represent the level of RISK or SAFETY that you want.
One of the easiest ways to determine where you should have your retirement assets allocated is to use a color system for your money.
We have put together a simple way for you to group your retirement assets. To learn what it is and how it can help protect your nest egg, create your complimentary account to watch this educational video and to download your retirement income toolkit.
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