We specialize in helping Seniors maximize their Social Security income, plus create additional guaranteed supplemental income for life and lower Taxes! We can help ... Call the Retirement Pros Office (701) 572-4218 or 800-280-5464.
We begin by helping you find the answers to the four toughest financial questions:
- Yes or No – Do you know what rate of return you need to earn for you to live like you live today adjusted for inflation and have your money last to your life expectancy? Would you like to know? Yes or No
- Yes or No – Do you know how much you need to save each year to make sure you will have enough money? Would you like to know? Yes or No
- Yes or No – Do you know how long you will have to work before you can stop and have your money last to your life expectancy? Would you like to know? Yes or No
- Yes or No – Do you know how much you will need to reduce your future lifestyle to keep from running out of money? Would you like to know? Yes or No
For your FREE report "How to increase your Retirement Income payment by up to 33% or more" please feel free to call me. We can then schedule some time at your convenience to help you find the answers to the four toughest financial questions and your personalized Retirement report.
CLICK HERE to read Chapter One "The Poker-Chip Mentality" Patrick Kelly’s book Stress-Free Retirement.
CLICK HERE to read about The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017: Will Your Taxes Go UP or Down?
Our mission at Safe Money Solutions is to help our clients realize their ideal retirement, free of worry and stress. Let us help you create an extra million dollars in retirement - using your current assets and without compromising your cash flow.
We are proud to say ... "It takes a special license to lose people's money and we don't have one."
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