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Why Sit Through An Investment Webinar When It Is Possible to Get the Right Information on Your Own?
In the past, when people needed to learn more about planning their retirement, they would attend an invest seminar. They would register in advance, set aside anywhere from two hours to two days, and sit with a group of other people and listen to a presentation filled with investment advice.
Now that we have entered the internet age, rather than attending a seminar people often make the choice to attend an investment webinar. A investment webinar is a seminar that takes place online. Rather than going to a meeting area in conference center or a hotel, for an investment webinar, you register and log in to a website at a scheduled time.
However, investment webinars provide the same details that you would hear during a seminar. You will still hear about an investment plan that is all bu guaranteed to work for everyone. In an investment webinar, you will only hear about specific investment strategy.
However, during an investment webinar, the specific goals that you have for your retirement will not be addressed. The concerns that you have about a particular investment strategy will not be addressed. And, more importantly, the ability of your current investment strategy to enable you to reach your goals will not be addressed during an investment webinar.
When you want to ensure that you will have the income that you need after you retire, it is important to learn more about your savings and investments. While you could come away from an investment webinar with information that could help you to plan for your retirement, it may not be the best way of addressing your own situation.
A better way is to download the free retirement calculator that is available by clicking the blue button at the bottom of this page. With it, you will be able to enter simple information about your current savings and investment accounts.
You will be able to evaluate the stocks, bonds and mutual funds that you have invested in. You will be able to see how they have performed - both individually and in combination - over time.
More importantly, you will be able to see how your savings and investment accounts are projected to perform over the next twenty five years. With projections for your investments that take into consideration the way that changing interest rates as well as the effects of inflation, you will be able to determine the real value of the money that will be available to you once you have retired.
Maybe you will like what you see. But even if you do you will be able to use the retirement calculator to determine what changes you can make to your investment strategy that will ensure the financial security of your retirement. Without moving your money from one account or investment to another, you will be able to see how your income would be affected if you were to switch to a different mutual fund or stock portfolio.
With the retirement calculator, you will develop confidence in your ability to save and invest in your future - something that you may not get by sitting in on an investment webinar. You will be able to determine the right course of action for you: the plan that will help you to reach all of your retirement goals.
Similarly, when you download the free retirement calculator you will receive another benefit that does not come with an investment webinar: a free consultation with a financial advisor. You will be able, during this consultation, to get the answers and advice that you need in order to save for your retirement in a way that will allow you to reach all of the goals that you have set for yourself.
Why not make the time you spend in front of your computer working on your retirement planning more productive? Rather than sitting in on an invest webinar, spend time with the free retirement calculator. Look at the savings and investments that you already have - as well as those that you are thinking about making. See what you can do to secure your retirement income: click the blue button below to get started.