Investing in retirement?
Retirement, according to the dictionary, is to “withdraw from one’s position or occupation or
from active working life.” You can achieve retirement when you have sources of income that do
not have to be earned by working. Retirement and the term “financial independence” are often used
interchangeably. Both are achieved when you have enough savings, investment income, and/or pension
income to cover your living expenses. Work becomes optional!
There is not a mandatory retirement age in the United States. Standard retirement age is considered
to be 65, but under today’s rules, Social Security defines what they call your full retirement age
based on your date of birth, and it is not the same age for everyone. In general, retiring before age
60 would be considered an early retirement.
As you get closer to retirement you will want to monitor your retirement investments closely. Take
time to learn basic investing concepts so you understand how your retirement investments produce
income for you later in life and how much income they might produce.
In CITS we help you have a very comfortable retirement. When you invest we us we distribute your
investment to our traders and brokers who trade round the clock to make sure you make the required profit
on your investment.
- Investors: All type
- Contract: 30 Days
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