401k ripoff?

Recently, I heard an acquaintance say this:

“I have a 401k at my job and I think they are just
ripping me off.  I can’t use the money if I need it,
my account value is going down, and I’m not really
sure what to do with it.  I don’t want to lose my
money again if the market tanks again.”

Fortunately for him, I have been researching the
answer to that question.

Here is my answer to his concern…

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If you are tired of risking your future in the Wall
Street casino you’ll want to watch this video.

Ethan & Brett

 

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One Response to 401k ripoff?

  1. Fernando says:

    Annuities as a whole are not bad. However annuitizing an antuiny is absolutely nuts. Some annuities now have what are called living benefits. These allow you to draw money and yet still have a death benefit for your heirs. After the market fall in 2000-2001 their were annuities out there that may only have a contract value of 75,000 and yet a death benefit of 500,000. These new living benefit annuities were put into place to protect against this happening. More details upon request.

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