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Adam Taggart
By Adam Taggart on Thu, Dec 7, 2017 - 4:00pm

Million-Dollar Poverty

In past generations, having a million dollars meant a lifetime of luxury.

For the past several decades, it was the standard threshold guaranteeing a comfortable retirement.

But today? It's only a fraction of the money you'll need to save up in order to retire.

From CNBC:

Even a $1 million retirement nest egg isn't enough anymore

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Peak Prosperity Elders

Some members of the Peak Prosperity community, in or near their “senior” years, may share a slightly different outlook, as well as alternative plans and goals relative to preparing for the future from other members of the community. Future planning may have a shorter time range, and goals may address having resources to access services like medical and long term care as increasing age takes its toll on health and independence.

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Adam Taggart
By Adam Taggart on Tue, May 7, 2013 - 1:42am

Is Contributing to a Retirement Account Worth It?

A growing number of voices are warning investors that continuing to fund your 401k, IRA or other "tax-advantaged" retirement account could be a bad idea.

The general thesis is that the government will find a way to dip into that savings, whether through more taxation or outright confiscation.

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Peak Prosperity Investment Group

 

The purpose of this PP Investment Group is to offer mutual support and helpful information to our members who are seeking to build financial wealth across the vast array of investment vehicles (stocks, bonds, precious metals, other tangible assets, retirement funds, options, etc), but doing so in a manner that takes into consideration the incredible macroeconomic challenges facing all of us that The Crash Course identifies. 

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Adam Taggart
By Adam Taggart on Thu, Sep 6, 2012 - 12:55am

Your retirement questions answered

Following on the success of our recent podcast with an endorsed financial adviser, we will soon record another - this time, focused on retirement planning.

This is a topic we routinely get a LOT of questions about.

So, if you have burning questions about 401ks, IRAs, Social Security, annuities, life insurance, etc - let's hear them in the Comments section below.