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Do You See The Big Picture Or The Little Retirement Pixel?
In the language of technology, a pixel is a single dot that makes up part of an image. When you look at your financial future, do you look at the whole picture or do you just look at a retirement pixel - one small dot that's a part of your retirement plan?
We hope that you take the time to look at more than just a retirement pixel. We hope that you?ll look at the whole picture , your savings, your investments, what you're doing now and what you'll do in the future.
What information can you get from looking at a retirement pixel? Maybe you'll see an interest rate. Maybe you'll see one mutual fund. Or you'll see a single share of stock. Perhaps you'll see one deposit into your IRA.
But when you take each retirement pixel and add them to the big picture, or to your retirement, what do you see? Does each retirement pixel fit the same picture?
What we mean to say is does every small dot of your retirement plan add up and contribute to the same image?
Do the stocks, bonds and mutual funds that you've invested in work well together, all building a strong foundation for your retirement income? Or do the gains of one merely balance out the losses of another?
Are the investments that you've made going to perform as well over time as they've performed in the past? Will the interest that your savings and investments accrue be enough to allow them to have a steady value even under conditions of inflation? Or will they fall flat over time?
Even though it is important to look at all of the pieces when you plan for your retirement, it's important to not lose sight of the big picture.
And that means that you need to make an effort to understand how all of your retirement pixels work together. It means doing your research or having it done for you.
We've developed a tool that will allow you to see the big picture that forms when you evaluate each retirement pixel. It's an easy to use retirement calculator, and , better yet , it's available to you for free.
When you access Bob's free retirement calculator, you'll be able to see how each of the stocks, bonds and mutual funds in which you've invested performed in the past. You'll be able to see how each of your investments will perform over time. And those projections will take interest and inflation rates and how they will affect the money that you'll have when you retire.
Even more importantly, you'll be able to evaluate which small changes you can make to your investment strategy that will bring the picture into clearer focus. You'll be able to see how changes affect your future- whether those changes are different investment types or withdrawals from your retirement savings.
But what if you need more help seeing the overall picture of your retirement even after evaluating your plans with our retirement calculator? That's easy. We know you?ll have questions, and that's why we've arranged for you to have a free consultation with a retirement planner who can answer them.
Not only can you get the answers you need, but also you can get advice from this financial advisor who will look at the big picture of your retirement with you- who will look at your financial strategy from your perspective using the retirement pixels that you have to see what the future will look like.
You owe it to yourself to see the big picture of your retirement rather than just looking at each pixel on its own. See how easy it is to do by accessing Bob's free retirement calculator. Look at your retirement savings in a new way by clicking the blue button below to get started.