As a Realtor you're constantly on-the-go. Open houses, late-night calls, prospecting, marketing, showings…unrealistic client expectations? All your time and energy goes into helping your clients achieve their goals. With all that energy going into your business, how much time and effort are you devoting to investing into your own current and future well-being?
While everybody's goals are different, saving for a comfortable retirement tends to be a common denominator amongst most people. However, there are so many different ways (and acronyms) to help achieve your goals. 401k? Roth IRA? Traditional IRA? SEP IRA? HSA? SSA? It's enough to make your head spin...
Here are some key points we will hit on:
• Retirement savings options if you don’t have an employer sponsored retirement plan. How can it impact my current and future tax bill?
• How much can you rely on Social Security for retirement income?
• What role can investment real estate play in saving for my future?
• How can you educate your clients on ways to leverage their retirement accounts and non-traditional lending when buying a home?
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