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Lawsuits are flying after disclosure rules from the Department of Labor have revealed that 401(k) plans are draining hundreds of millions of dollars from retirees’ plans.
Mega-corporations like American Airlines and General Electric have been forced to settle.
The reason for the outrage is now clear…
If you have a retirement plan, you’re likely losing money every single quarter to extra record-keeping fees, investment fees, advisory service charges, and 12-1b fees.
The typical American household will pay roughly $155,000 in fees over their lifetime.
Worse, 77% of Americans aren’t even aware that they’re paying fees at all!
The situation is so serious 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.
In a new book, he uncovers a little-known “retirement booster” any U.S. citizen can use to collect benefits, like up to $1200 in extra cash a month.
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.
These are unknown strategies like:
- How to set up your own “$330,000 health care fund” (page 179)
- The secret app that could let you make $2,800/month (page 355)
- How to earn 37 to 62 times more on your money thanks to a secret, tax-free “account” (page 15)
- A Playboy’s $50 million secret anyone can use (page 315)
- The Senior Homeowners’ Reward program created by the FHA that can let you collect between $575 and $2,200 in tax-free income (page 135)
People are raving about these ideas… and we think they are some of the most interesting and profitable investment ideas we have seen in a generation.
Now, as part of a national income experiment, Benna has partnered with a publisher to ensure that seniors can get a full 384-page hardbound copy for free with shipping.
To claim your free book and see for yourself you can visit the publisher’s page by clicking here