Unique Ways to Finance Your Retirement, Options, Videos, Book Recommendations

Unique Ways to Finance Your Retirement, Options, Videos, Book Recommendations

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It’s no fun worrying about your monthly income during your retirement years. Life was much easier when you were working a 9 to 5 job, yet you’d rather not.  Join the baby boomer retirement party. We do things differently. It makes no sense to stay in a home whose utilities bills take up almost half of your monthly retirement check during the winter months.  We understand the family ties, the grandkids, and children who don’t know what time it is, yet we would rather live in luxury then the poor house during our retirement years.  Are we selfish?  Maybe. There are ways to finance your retirement as you go.

 

For those who have an open mind for a different type of life while living well on less you may want to check out the following resources and book recommendations. Baby boomers are seeking out, researching and moving offshore. Mexico is one of the hottest retirement destinations. Costa Rica, the Caribbeans, Belize and Panama following as the second, and third most popular retirement destination. Retires can actually retire on $800 to $1200 a month in different parts of the world. View options at Forgot to Save for Retirement.com 

 

Another retirement investment option is to provide what many low-income retirees’ need most.  A safe place to live. That’s what the book How to Finance Your Retirement in Paradise is all about. An alternative, yet reasonably safe investment to increase your retirement monthly income. The book is relatively new and would appreciate reviews from readers who can download the book free November 14 through November 18th, 2016. All other times the book is FREE with Kindle Unlimited which you can try for free for 30 days. You can read on your desktop, laptop or any mobile device using Amazon’s free app.

 


 

 

This book is filled with direct links and informational ideas to help ensure your success for starting projects to earn money once you’ve retired.

 

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