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Thursday, May 30, 2013

Do you need help navigating the new financial reality we face?

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Let me ask you, are you concerned about your financial future?
Will you have enough money to retire comfortably one day?
Do you feel like you’re drowning in debt?
Is your family financially safe?
Do you want help succeeding in the new financial reality?

Matt Rettick, is a true financial insider, with over 24 years of personal experience in the financial services industry, covering investments, insurance and asset protection strategies. He is a sought after speaker and advocate for financial education and the need for "longevity planning" in retirement.

Having struggled with debt himself in the past, as well as witnessing his grandparents suffer hardships because of an under planned retirement,

Matt committed himself to raising awareness about the importance of building a sound “Financial Fortress” around your money, your family and life, to create the financial security you’ve always dreamed of.

This drive to help others eventually led him to personally help thousands of his own clients, and then assist thousands of other financial advisors across the country on the best ways to help their clients reduce debt, save consistently and invest wisely!

Here's what one expert said,

“Matt Rettick never fails to deliver! I have known him for many years as both a friend and a business associate. Matt, and my husband Jack, co-authored their previous book, Fiscal Fitness – 8 Steps to Wealth & Health, and together we forged a lasting partnership. Matt's honesty and integrity shine as he guides the reader through his early personal financial woes and ultimate path to success. He leaves no stone unturned and lays out a bright future for all who follow his plan.“

~ Elaine LaLanne, Wife to the late, great Jack LaLanne



WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
· You’re probably not going to get rich beyond your wildest dreams. But that’s OK. You still can achieve all that’s important to you.

· Don’t expect to make lots of money off the stock market. The Dow Jones industrial average may (or may not) have averaged gains of more than 10 percent a year since 1928, but who has the 80-plus years to see if it makes them wealthy?

· The government isn’t going to take care of you, now or later. Government entitlement programs—including Medicaid, Medicare, and Social Security—are all in trouble.

· Job security—and the benefits that came with it, including a lifetime pension when you retire—is gone forever. You’re on your own. Small businesses, entrepreneurship, and lean corporate machines power today’s economy.

· Your home’s equity will never again be a reliable source for pulling out an equity line of credit or a supplement to your income in retirement. Just look at what the recent recession did to home equity in 2008 and 2009.

· Health-care costs are rising so rapidly that unless you’re prepared, they’ll destroy you and those you love.

· Retirement has been retired! Age 80 has become the new 65. Many of those who reach 65 and want to quit their job can’t because of the economy or what the stock market has done to their nest egg.

· Don't miss a chance to protect your nest egg and grow it into a secure, reliable, and ever expanding asset and income stream, which will benefit you, your family and your future. And when you buy Matt’s book today, you'll download dozens of great bonus gifts to secure your “financial fortress” and protect your family for generations to come. http://bit.ly/MRett


Thursday, May 16, 2013

Are you going through a tough time right now? I can totally relate

Are you going through a tough time right now? I can totally relate.

For the last 3 months my family and I have been faced with 'uncharted territories'; first with the passing of my dad in March, followed by my husband undergoing a major surgery, having 70% of his liver removed just recently, followed by a collapsed lung a few days after.

We just returned home a few days ago after his discharge from the hospital and we're diligently keeping an eye on him as he recovers.

Life has a way of throwing curve balls at you and this is definitely a time that our family needed to bond even closer together even more than we have been and dig deeper within ourselves into our spirits to draw strength to go through this time, knowing that we're not alone and that all the Universal power and presence of the Spirit is with us.

The stress from going back and forth from the hospital, making sure the children were all happy and not becoming overwhelmed by what was happening with their father had become overwhelming for me that I had to take time out for myself to just center myself, relax my mind and receive healing and strength for myself.

And yet still out of it all, I'm assured of the inner presence of the Spirit working in and through us and with the nurses and doctors to ensure my husband's speedy recovery.

It is when we face the darkest times that's when Spirit light shines the brightest. Had it not been for our strong faith and constant connection and feeding on Spirit life, I'm not sure how we would have made it through. And here we are standing on the other side, looking back at the mountains we had to climb, and though it was tough and we've come through the toughest part, still having a little way more to go, we could truly say, "Thank God we made it. We are not alone. We are surrounded by a vast power of greatness that brings us through every situation no matter the outcome or how bad we think it is."

We overcame our fears, we cried our tears. We prayed and made new friends along the way; those whose families were also in the hospital, and we prayed for them too. Some have come out and returned home, some are recovering. In the midst of our troubles, we shared our love and our gifts. As our children sang for dad, it blessed others as well.

What tough times are you going through right now? I'd like to hear about it.

Leave a comment below and let me know.

It is when we are surrounded by people who can support us that it makes our load lighter. I'm grateful and thankful for those who have prayed for us and kept us in their thoughts and sent us their love.

I look forward to hearing from you.


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