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Missed Fortune – The $25,000 Mistake Made by Millions of Americans

Posted on | April 25, 2010

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New Changes in Store for Retirement Planning?

The debate continues over how to best regulate the financial industry.

This should concern every American, because the results of the squabble could seriously affect all of us.

New decisions and new legislation could transform how we save for retirement and how long our money lasts during retirement.

It could mean costly bailouts that we’ll have to pay for in higher taxes. Or it could also mean complete overhauls that change the rules of retirement vehicles as we’ve known them.

Your retirement funds have never been in more danger than they are right now.

You need to save in vehicles that give you tax-free growth, tax-free access, tax-free withdrawal, and tax-free transfer to heirs.

Don’t leave your future up to squabbling politicians. Take things into your own hands now to transfer your retirement funds into these vehicles.

The Quickest & Safest Way to Pay Off Your Mortgage

I once met with three finance professors at a respected university. They told me that the best way to pay off one’s home is through a 15-year mortgage.

As they said, it saves interest, and once you’ve paid off your home you can set aside what you were paying to your mortgage company and get interest working for you.

In a few minutes, I rocked their world by showing them how, on a $150,000 mortgage, that was a $25,000 mistake.

Instead of a 15-year mortgage, get a 30-year and pay the difference into a conservative side fund.

In 13 and a half years, you’ll have enough money to pay off your mortgage. At the end of 15 years, there would be enough to pay off the mortgage — and you’d have $25,000 left over.

The quickest and smartest way to get out of debt isn’t to send extra payments to the mortgage company. It’s to maintain liquidity and grow a side fund that can be used to pay off your mortgage any time you want.

Meet with a Missed Fortune advisor to learn more details.

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