8 Ways to Prepare for Retirement | Phil Town

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Whether you haven’t thought about it at all, or have started putting money aside, or are investing in a work-related retirement account, here are a few steps that can help you prepare for retirement.

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12 Comments

  1. Hi , i am 35 years old and I opened an individual acct , i invest on blue chip stocks with growing dividends and i dont sell. I contribute to this acct biweekly. I closed my 401k because of the fees and i am sure i can do better, the only thing is that my company matched 25%. Am i in the right track? Thank you

  2. How do you know if an etf is liquid or not?

  3. About 3 years ago, I opened a ROTH IRA. I have only been contributing $50 per month. I've gone through personal hardship, and have been going through constant financial hardship, so have not been able to increase my contributions like I would like. I am currently 48 years old, and looking for ways to dig myself out of the hole I am in. Ideally, I would like to invest in something that could provide current cash flow as well as money to save for retirement. Like many, I have been bitten by the "real estate bug", but I don't have the money necessary to do that at the present time. Right now I am just saving up as much as I can, to provide an emergency cushion, and hopefully to use towards my first investment property. I am open to suggestions, as right now I can't say that I have much solid direction.

  4. Hi Phil, I reads both of your books and am looking to start investing this year. When I checked Yahoo Finance, it's not the same as you described it in the book, there's no longer an 'Industry Center' for me to search for great businesses. It look like now, you have to know the symbol and then look it up instead of being able to search through categories. Was there another search tool that you would recommend? Thanks.

  5. Save at least 15% of gross income. Invest in employer 401(k) up to the match and then max out a Roth IRA. Invest in low cost index fund (Vanguard 500 Index Fund Admiral Class) at Vanguard for best long term rate of return with mutual funds. If you want to get great Value Investing education, learn how to investing wonderful companies and get better rates of return, read Phil's books Payback Time and Rule 1. Then attend one of his FREE workshops! I continued my education after the workshop and found it to be very beneficial. Thank you 1,000 times Team Phil and wishing you all successful investing! ~ Tony

  6. Love the Rule #1 family. Thank Phil.

  7. hello im really intereted in investing for retirement and more about investement can you point me in the right direccion what books what information i need? can you help me with that?

  8. What can I do at the age of 21 best for my retirement?

  9. I am currently contributing 5% which I will raise to 15% in a month in my 401k provided by my company worth 5,000 and I have a trading account worth 1k at the moment all in individual stocks

  10. Is there a program that you offer that teaches people how to invest? I'm eager to learn from you. Thank you.

  11. if i were to buy 1 of your books as a beginner, which is the most beneficial at this time?

  12. I have been contributing to my Roth IRA and a separate general mutual fund through Vanguard consistently for about 4 years now. I'm 30 years old and have time before retirement, but I'm worried about potential low rate of return with safer accounts stifling my future nest egg. Also not particularly business savvy so choosing individual companies is over my head. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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