Four Ways Carson Financial Can Help You Get More $.

June 15, 2017

Would you like to have more money in your pocket?  Carson Financial has outlined four ways for you to have tens of thousands of dollars extra without paying more.  By thinking differently and using your money in a smarter way, you can get out of the rat race faster and end up with more money in your pocket. To find out about the details behind these strategies and to find out if you can take advantage of these strategies give me a call now.

 

THE FIRST WAY I CAN SAVE YOU  MONEY

 

 

 

If you would rather be Chart 2 and keep your retirement income as stable as possible, give me a call (306-227-0599).  We have strategies to help balance risk with reward and make sure that, no matter what, you are as close to the maximum gain as possible.

 

This chart shows that by taking the same amount of money to invest, you can either take your chances and hope for the best or you can diversify your investments and be more secure when it comes to your financial future.  This is a CONCRETE systematic difference- one that can SAVE YOU MONEY. 

 

THE SECOND WAY I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY

 

Here is one example of the difference I can make for you:

 

I offer you two different payment options for doing the same job - Which one would you prefer?

 

Option A:

 

You make $100,000 but, if something happens to you and you cannot work, you get $0 while not working.

 

Option B:

 

You make $96,000 and this time, if something happens to you and you cannot work, you get $62,000 tax free for as long as it takes to recover.

 

If you like Option B,  give me a call.  We want to make sure that your job is giving you that possibility.  If they aren't,  we can find out if Option B is achievable for you. 

 

THE THIRD WAY I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY

 

Let's look at putting more money in your pocket  while, at the same time, paying down your mortgage faster.

 

It is actually possible to have an extra 20% or more in your retirement fund after paying off your mortgage without paying any extra. If this is something that you are interested in,  give me a call.  

 

Here is an example of how this is possible: 

 

Say you have purchased a home for $300,000 and you have put 20% down. You now have a mortgage of $240,000 that you owe.

 

Let's look at two different scenarios where you are paying the same amount for the same house . In each scenario it costs you $1,272.00 a month.  There is no way around that. You have to pay your mortgage down.  However, after paying all of that money,  what would you rather have in the end?

 

Scenario # 1 (and usually the most popular route taken):  You end up paying off your home after 20 years and then you can start your retirement fund.

 

Scenario #2:  You pay off your mortgage and have an extra $62,097.49 in your account after 20 years to kick start your retirement.

 

YOU DO NOT PAY ANY EXTRA out of pocket. All you do is change the way that you pay off your mortgage.

 

If this interests you and you would like to find out how to add extra cash to your account, give me a call. 

 

THE FOURTH WAY THAT I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY 

 

Here's an example that looks at paying extra on your mortgage to pay it down even faster.  How can we get more money in your pocket? 

 

Let's say that you are 35 years old and you purchased a home and decided to put an extra $3,000 a year onto your mortgage. Here are two different options to look at:

 

Option #1: You own your home by age 47 and then when you reach age 60 you will have $120,457.00 in your retirement fund.  

 

Option # 2: You own your home by age 51 and then when you reach age 60 you will have $142,528.00 in your retirement fund.

 

In both Option #1 and Option #2 you have spent the same amount. However, in Option #2 you end up with an extra $22,000 or 18% more in your retirement fund.

 

If you would like to know more about this strategy give me a call.  306-227-0599

 

I will be putting together more financial strategies about simple ways to help protect and grow your assets.  Contact me anytime at 306-227-0599 or email: Dennis@carsonfinancial.ca

 

 

 

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