Retire on Your Own Terms With Help From This Course

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Knowing how to plan for retirement is a must-have for any soon-to-be retiree. It’s especially important if you’d like to keep a steady income stream, travel and enjoy your golden years. Having a plan in place will ensure that you’re ready for what’s ahead.

If you need help with your own retirement plan, consider The Only Retirement Guide You’ll Ever Need, taught by Money Talks News CEO and founder Stacy Johnson. This online course is ideal for anyone between the ages of 45 and 65: close enough to retirement to picture it and still influence the outcome.

Inside, you’ll learn how to reach your retirement savings goals, how to manage health care costs, how to maximize your retirement income and much more. Plus, the lessons include fun-to-watch videos, worksheets and quizzes to help guide you each step of the way.

You’ll get expert, personalized advice. You’ll have access to the latest tools. You’ll have ongoing support. And when it’s complete, you’ll be able to approach your retirement with confidence and with peace of mind.

It’s time to plan the best years of your life. Let’s get started.

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