5 Things You Can Do To Boost Your Retirement Pot

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Dear Reader,

Investing for retirement is one of the most boring topics there is.

No wonder most Australians don’t understand the retirement system…and just assume the government will take care of them when they retire.

But as boring as retirement saving might sound, it’s crucial you do something about it now. After all, saving for retirement isn’t something you do when you’re old. By then, it may be too late.

That’s why in the free daily email Money Morning, we’ll give you strategies and tips to help you kick-start, or revive your retirement savings, right now.

Even if you’re 10, 20 or 30 years away from retirement, our five-point plan is something you can put into action today…to help boost your retirement pot in the next 30 days.

Subscribe to Money Morning today and let us explain:

  • The one direct question every retirement saver should ask their financial advisor: How this one question could help you regain control of your own financial destiny instead of leaving your fate in the hands of someone who doesn’t have your best interests at heart…
  • The single most important factor that determines the size of your retirement pot: 99% of retirement savers and fund managers are focused on individual stock selection. This is the wrong move. Learn the most important factor before you even look at individual stocks — this alone could boost your pot by $$$…
  • Five ways you could take more control of your retirement savings and your future financial security: This approach to retirement investing could help you surpass the pros and not surrender a cent in fees or commissions…

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