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Are You Prepared for a First-Class Retirement?
In these times of financial uncertainty, having a sound financial plan for retirement has never been more critical. Without a well-thought-out retirement strategy, you could find it difficult to live the "storybook" retirement you've always dreamed of.
As you think about retirement you may be asking yourself Do I know how much money I am going to need, will my money last a lifetime, do I know how to manage my investments to minimize losses while meeting my long-term needs and goals, am I paying too much in taxes, do I need to be working with a financial planner and how do I choose a planner who will put my interests first? Here at Townsend we can help you answer those questions and more.
Townsend, a Colorado-based financial planning firm, has been working with clients from around the country since 1990. TRS provides a wide range of services which include investment management, financial planning, 401(k) investing strategies and various other retirement solutions. We invite you to explore our website and discover the wealth of useful information it has to offer, including our planning process, how we manage our investments, free reports and videos on a variety of financial topics.
You are welcome to call us at (303) 452-5986 (toll-free at 1.800.578.9896) or email us at Townsend@TownsendRetirement.com to receive your free no-hassle, no-obligation financial consultation or second opinion with one of our certified financial planners, advisors or specialists. We look forward to helping you achieve your dream retirement.
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- 401K Tips for Newbies — 401k allocation may be a foreign concept to you if you’re new to the workforce. You may think this type of retirement savings plan is too far away to think about. Why should you put anything away when people aren’t even retiring until 70? You think to yourself that you have plenty of time. However, […]
- Traditional IRA Versus Roth IRA — If you are an employed person and you’re ready to invest in retirement asset allocation, it is best to decide what type of IRA will secure your future. Here are the main differences: “Traditional IRA contributions are tax deductible on both state and federal tax returns for the year you make the contribution, while withdrawals […]
- Federal Agency Jobs for 55 and Older — Some people do not want to retire fully, even though they have reached the retirement age range of 55 to 65. You may be one of these people, and if so, you may enjoy working. However, as we all know, after the economic disaster of 2007 to 2009, it is very difficult to find a […]