Right now you may be in an enviable position as a high income earner. You feel a sense of accomplishment when you see regular deposits from a fat paycheck or business profits steadily increase your bank balance. You may have even made some smart financial decisions and invested in a property or blue chip shares which pay regular dividends.
So far, so good.
But here’s what you should be asking yourself…is this good enough to maintain your current living standards for the rest of your life, without the compulsion of working increasingly harder until you retire?
What you may not know, and you’re not alone, is that most people have not worked out exactly how much money you’ll need to maintain your current standard of living when you stop working.
Worse, you may be clueless about growing your money exponentially to a stage where your investment returns equals or exceeds what you will earn from your job, profession or business.
There’s no escaping the truth that life is full of uncertainties. Especially when it’s about earning income through a job or business. Despite your best efforts, you could find yourself in a position where you don’t command the salary or business profits you are accustomed to.
If you haven’t already made some astute investment decisions which enable you to continue receiving an income to fund your current lifestyle, the financial and emotional repercussions could be severe.
On the flip side, imagine a life where you choose to go to work and not because you had to. How would you feel waking up every day thankful the income from your investments steadily increase your wealth?
You never have to worry about covering costs for basic needs and other requirements such as children’s education or supporting aged parents.
This is what separates the truly affluent from the rich who are forced to keep working even harder to maintain their lifestyle.
This short E-book has been written to provide clarity on where you could be going wrong with your investment decisions and what exactly you need to do RIGHT NOW to join the affluent minority who are financially set for the rest of their lives.
I look forward to helping you live life on your terms.