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When will you retire? Or how much money do you want to have when retiring? Well, according to a recent study… you’ll need over .2 million if you plan to retire at 65 on an income of ,000 a year. 

Unfortunately, the Congressional Budget Office estimates that stock market turmoil has wiped out more than trillion of Americans’ retirement savings over the last 15 months. 

But there are four simple secrets you can use to get your retirement savings on the right track. So before you start daydreaming about retirement… consider how much you need to retire. That’s what retirement investing is all about – saving enough to afford the kind of lifestyle you want. This won’t happen on its own, retirement planning is essential. Now, between inflation and longer life spans, you’ll need more money for retirement than ever before. 

Our free guide: How To Retire Rich details – in plain English – a simply strategy you can implement today that so you can have the wealth and independence you deserve for your retirement.


How to get rich is a comprehensive collection of articles, resources, and guides on investing, building wealth, saving, and money management, all designed to help you with one goal: how to get rich. Start at the top and read your way through the articles in order. They’ve been designed sequentially to make your journey much easier. Before you begin, you may want to read our guide to saving money to help you develop the savings habit, which is necessary to get rich. 

Access to the full guide on How To Retire Rich is reserved for Investment U subscribers. Investment U is a free e-letter that provides its readers with impartial, no-nonsense advice on how to build long-lasting wealth.


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“To send the common people to war untrained is to throw them away.” – Confucius

With the economy in such a state, it’s hard to know who to listen to, especially when it comes to something as important as managing your money. And yet now seems like the perfect time to take advantage of so many opportunities. A great place to start would be Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing by Robert Kiyosaki. In it, he suggests suggest the following:

1. Build a team.

Find a financial adviser, stock broker, and insurance agent who have your best interests at heart and make sure you pay them well. Ultimately, it’s about finding people wherever you can to help your knowledge grow. Ensuring they’re well paid (ideally based on performance or return) is the best way to get your interests aligned.

2. Create a plan.

Draft a very personal plan for your financial future. Make sure you have multiple investment vehicles, asset allocation you are prepared to stick to (depending on risk aversion, tax bracket, and age), and an exit strategy. Find a simple formula that works and stick to it even if your advisors (or the times) change. Keep learning and improving as the plan reveals what you need to know along the way. Don’t start investing until you have a written and signed plan you can show to someone else!

3. Have the right mindset.

Firstly, make sure you have confidence, patience, and are neutral to winning and losing because both are part of the game. Secondly, make sure you are comfortable losing everything you invest. And finally, make sure you are aspiring to realistic performance and nothing extraordinary. If the global economic adjustment has taught us anything, it’s that even the pros get it wrong.

“In the business world, everyone is paid in two coins: cash and experience. Take the experience first; the cash will come later.” – Harold Geneen

I have been an active writer for over a decade and published my first book in August 2007. That spurred the creation of a personal development blog, the best entries of which have been collated for my second book. Varsity Blah (which has received over 200,000 hits from 90 countries) also opened the door to several opportunities, including regular contributions for well-known magazines, publishing a poem dedicated to my late sister in an anthology of African works, and ‘Thinking Aloud’ in WPP’s The Wire, voted the world’s number one publication in its field.

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