Inflation: The Silent Killer of Your Retirement

We live in a dollar dominated society. What we get, for how much, is one hundred percent dependant on the rate of inflation. What does inflation mean to you in retirement? What will it? Nationally the Annual Inflation Rate (AIR) has stayed at around 1.7 percent a year, but just last month the US experienced a larger than normal 0.6 percent jump in the Consumer Price Index, causing the AIR to rise to 2.5 percent—a five-year high.

a hand holding a miniature United States one dollar bill depicting the shrinking United States dollarThis week on the David Lukas Show, David talks about what the negative effects of inflation can do to retirees and what retirees can do to safeguard themselves from the inevitable rise in cost of living.

Throughout the hour, David talks about the most reliable ways to hedge against inflation, including:

  • Equities
  • Realestate
  • Tangible Assets

And more. Listen to the entire show today today to get all of the excellent advice David Lukas of David Lukas Financial has to offer.

The Guide to Social Security & a Better Retirement can help you keep up to 20% more of your money for retirement. Since you have a choice of when to start Social Security and also your individual or employer-plan qualified retirement money, you can time the use of these two differently taxed sources to lower taxes drastically. You need make no new investments or even change the ones you have, just use your money smarter. Two uninvited guests that will come to your retirement are inflation and taxes – you can do little about the former but by taking advantage of the timing options you have, taxes can be slashed dramatically.

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