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As Wall Street rebounds from the Dow’s monster 2,756-point drop in early February, one group may be left in the dust completely…
Any American with a 401(k) account.
While 73 million Americans currently have a 401(k)—making it the single largest retirement plan in American history… there’s growing evidence that a coming crash could wipe out up to 40% of the typical portfolio.
It's like 2008 all over again.
During the February crash, the Washington Post advised “Just Don’t Look at Your 401k.”
One retiree in California has even wondered “Can my 401k go negative?”
The situation is so serious, in fact, that Ted Benna, the man referred to as The Father of the 401(k) by Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, and Barron’s, is urging seniors to take dramatic steps to protect their retirement now.
Perhaps most telling is the fact that Mr. Benna himself, now 75, moved the bulk of his own money elsewhere…
Into a little-known alternative: the 501(k) account.
People are raving about the different “501(k)” ideas… and we think they are some of the most interesting and profitable investment ideas we have seen in a generation.
That's why his publisher is now sending out a free, hardbound copy of his 384-page national best-seller, The “501(k)” Plan: How to Fully Fund Your Own Worry-Free Retirement—At Any Age.
According to Benna, it doesn’t matter if you’re currently working… retired… if you collect Social Security… if you have a 401(k) or IRA… or even how much (or little) you have to start out with.
To claim your free book and see for yourself you can visit the publisher’s page by clicking here.