Due was featured in The Jerusalem Post as “straightforward retirement planning for people like you and me.”
You can figure your own retirement metrics with the Due Annuity Calculator. In the privacy of your own home, you can figure out how much money you will need to have by retirement age.
As reported by the Federal Reserve — about 38% of people 18 to 29 have nothing saved and a lower percentage for many other age groups.
Due Featured in The Jerusalem Post
Now that COVID is slowing and we can get back to a relative normal — people in all countries will want to get back on track with their retirement options and savings plans.
As stated in The Jerusalem Post, by Ron Pressman, the chief executive offer of Institutional Financial Services at TIAA — “retirement needs to be set up with money and funds to help cover your expenses and …we need to favor legislation that requires retirement account statements to include an estimate of monthly income in retirement.”
Consider an annuity. What is an annuity?
An annuity is where you invest your money with an insurance company and invest that money for you. In return, you will always have a consistent amount of money each month during retirement — for the remainder of your life.
Annuities have been around dating back to Ancient Rome and reached the U.S. in the early twentieth century.
Find one of the two types of annuity plans that will work for you.
You can read the full Due.com is Reshaping the Way You View Annuity Plans on The Jerusalem Post.
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