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How To Become a Millionaire From Your 401(k)

Find Out Exactly What You Can Do To Make It Happen

How Can You Reach Your $1,000,000 Retirement Savings Goal?

Let’s assume you are earning $100,000 a year and save approximately 6-7% of your income to your 401k…that would be approximately $555 a month.  If you started that at age 30 by the age of 65 you would have $1,000,000 saved. Thanks to the power of time and saving.

What Could That Mean to You in Retirement?

If you create the right retirement income distribution strategy you can set yourself up to receive approximately $70,000 a year from this savings in retirement.

Now if this seems like too much or too little, don’t worry.  Everyone has their own situation, goals, and needs and you can adjust this number up or down, the math will still work in your favor!

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