Even with the expectation of reduced health care costs under Obamacare, retirement planning authority David J Reindel explains that annuities are an excellent way to take personal responsibility for retirement financial security.
MYSTIC, CT, USA - November 5th, 2013 /MarketersMedia/ -- Everyone`s retirement financial security is in jeopardy due to an increasingly volatile economy. Government shutdowns slow economic growth.
Global economic downturns cause massive losses in the stock market. As people age, health expenses grow and consume a larger part of our income and savings - a reality that won`t change under Obamacare.
Americans need a simple way to plan for their retirement financial security. "We are living in an economy of increasing uncertainty. It`s the new normal," explains David J Reindel, CEO of Reindel Retirement Solutions,retirement planning authority, and best-selling author. "I help my clients turn that uncertainty into certainty with customized retirement plans based on annuities."
A recent study conducted by Annamaria Lusardi of George Washington University`s School of Business and Olivia S. Mitchell of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania concluded that Americans lack basic financial literacy. This is true even though most respondents rated themselves as well-informed about financial matters.
David J Reindel explains that annuities are the best way to create peace of mind with a reliable retirement income in the new normal. According to David Reindel, everyone needs to start thinking differently about their money and focus more on retirement income planning.
The rules have changed under the new normal. The average person can no longer build retirement financial security in the stock market. It`s too volatile. That`s because the Federal Reserve is more active in artificially manipulating the market. Rapid traders create unpredictable market fluctuations and companies are cutting pensions.
Insurance salesmen turned retirement planner, David Reindel is the author of retirement planning books including We Survived the Crash, Don`t Die Broke, and Beat the Odds. He also hosts a weekly radio show that provides tips for those thinking about retirement. The show airs Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. on CBS radio 94.9.
To learn how to use annuities to guarantee retirement financial safety in the new normal, visitDavidReindel.com/beat-the-odds to receive a free copy of his latest book Beat the Odds.
Visit http://www.davidreindel.com/beat-the-odds/ for more information.
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