Retirement Early Withdrawal

Retirement Early Withdrawal

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How would you be affected be making an early withdrawal from your retirement savings? What if making an early withdrawal from your retirement was the only way that you could cover medical expenses? What if it was the only way that you could afford to put a down payment on a home of your own? What if it was the only way that you could afford to pay for your child's education?

If you make a retirement early withdrawal, would you be able to have the money that you need when you actually retire? Would you be able to afford the penalties for making an early withdrawal from your 401k -as well as to pay the taxes on the amount that you withdrew?

It makes sense that, when you're making an effort to save for your retirement, you might not always have the cash that you need on hand. And, when that happens, it may mean that you need to make an early withdrawal from your retirement savings.

But before you make the decision to make a withdrawal from your retirement savings, it's important for you to know as much as you can about your investments in your financial future.

One way to get the information that you need about the savings and investment accounts that you have is to download our free retirement calculator. With this calculator, you'll be able to determine more about your financial security.

You'll be able to:

  • See how the investment and saving accounts that you have to plan for your retirement have performed over time;
  • See projections for how your savings accounts - IRAs, 401k account and annuities -as well as the stocks, bonds and mutual funds that you've invested in will perform over the next 30 years;
  • See how changing interest rates and inflation will affect the amount of income that is available to you when you retire;
  • See how changes to your savings and investment strategies will benefit you as time goes on; and, most importantly,
  • See how withdrawals that you make from your retirement savings now will affect the income that is available to you when you retire.

With that information, you'll be better able to determine whether or not making an early withdrawal from your retirement savings is really the best way for you to get the money that you need right now.

But if you need to withdraw the money, even if you're not sure that you'll be able to still have the income you need when you retire, don't panic. Not only will you be able to use the retirement calculator to explore other investments that will help you make up for the money you've withdrawn, but also you will receive a free one-on-one consultation with a financial advisor.

You'll be able to voice your concerns about the effect a retirement early withdrawal will have on you. You'll be able to ask questions that you have about your savings and investments strategies and get the answers you need to make the early withdrawal from your retirement savings have a less damaging affect on your retirement income.

More importantly, you'll be able to work with that financial consultant to develop an even more effective financial planning strategy and to turn that strategy into a plan that you can put into action.

Making an early withdrawal from your retirement savings does not mean that you have to suffer the consequences of not having the money that you need when you retire. Find out for yourself how you can withdraw the money that you need now and still save for the retirement that you've always dreamed of having.

You'll find that it's easier than you think to have the income you need -both now and when you retire. See for yourself: Click the blue button below to acces our free retirement calculator and get started today.