MONEY PHASES ... WHAT AGE ARE YOU?
Secure Your Financial Future: Grow, KEEP, and Leave Your Money
Embrace the growth and savings phase of your life. It’s time to nurture your financial security.
- Grow your funds during your working years
- Maximize your returns
- Prepare for a financially robust retirement
Plan for the future and leave a lasting legacy for those you care about the most.
- Leave your money to your SPOUSE, ensuring their financial well-being
- Leave a legacy for your FAMILY, providing for their future
- Leave your money to your LOVED ONES, leaving a lasting impact
- Support CHARITIES and the causes you believe in, even after you’re gone
Ensuring that your hard-earned money remains in your hands is crucial. Safeguard your wealth from potential pitfalls.
- Keep your money safe from the IRS
- Shield your assets from the STATE
- Protect your savings from the cost of NURSING HOME care
- Maintain your purchasing power, even in the face of INFLATION
- Keep your money PROTECTED and secure during the Preservation phase of your life
- Grow your funds during your working years
- Maximize your return
- Accumulation phase of your life
- Keep your money from the IRS
- Keep your money from the STATE
- Keep your money from the NURSING HOME
- Keep up with INFLATION
- Keep your money PROTECTED
- Preservation phase of your life
- Leave your money to your SPOUSE
- Leave your money to your FAMILY
- Leave your money to your LOVED ONES
- Leave your money to your CHARITIES
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Understand These Retirement and Tax Risks for a Secure Future
Are you torn between taking more risks for potential growth or opting for lower risk to protect your savings? We call this the saver’s dilemma.
For pre-retirees and retirees, finding a balance is crucial. You want your money to grow steadily to keep up with rising costs, but sudden market drops can be more damaging than you might realize due to market volatility.
Learn more about managing your investments to ensure a secure retirement.
When it comes to retirement savings, income tax on tax-deferred accounts (like 401ks and IRAs) becomes a concern when required minimum distributions (RMDs) kick in.
Moreover, the sequence of returns risk, the order in which your account returns occur during withdrawals, can significantly impact your savings. You may also worry about outliving your money.
Discover strategies to minimize income risks during retirement.
The national federal debt now exceeds $32 trillion and continues to grow. Those who earn and have money are most vulnerable to the consequences of this debt.
Did you know that retirement assets make up a substantial portion of all household financial assets in the United States? According to the latest data from the ICI, total US retirement assets reached $36.7 trillion as of June 30, 2023.
Don’t focus solely on reducing your taxes this year. Think about reducing your taxes over your lifetime. Could your tax bill in retirement become a significant burden? Explore three scenarios: lower, stable, or higher tax rates to make informed decisions.
Legislative risk is closely tied to tax risk. With Congress constantly debating trillions of dollars in tax and spending bills, changes to retirement plans and savings accounts are on the horizon.
It’s essential to recognize that tax bracket rates in 1998 were almost 30% higher than in 2018. These rates can dramatically shift based on updated legislative changes.
Stay informed about potential legislative changes and safeguard your financial future.
Remember, The Lynch Financial Group is here to help you navigate these risks and plan for a secure retirement. Contact us today to get personalized advice and create a plan tailored to your needs.
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As experienced fiduciaries, we have a responsibility to uphold based on putting our client’s interests first over our own financial interests. Our goal is simple – to help our clients achieve financial independence so they can focus on what’s truly important to them.
We achieve this by offering our wide array of services and expertise in tax and retirement planning putting your interests first. Unlike competitors that may rush through the process and recommend investments that they have a financial benefit or interest in, we always put our clients first.
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Holistic Planning Process
We provide a step-by-step holistic planning approach that includes investments, insurance, tax, estate, social security, retirement income and healthcare planning into one comprehensive plan
We leverage our decades of experience and access to the most updated market research to help create an investment management strategy specifically for your financial and retirement goals
We leverage our licensed CPAs to provide tax management in addition to financial and retirement planning. This helps you avoid paying unnecessary taxes and provides you with the peace of mind you deserve around your taxes
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