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Inflation, in many cases, could ruin your retirement dreams...

When planning for retirement, you would probably consider a number of factors like market volatility, liquidity and fees. However, many investors tend to forget a key factor when saving money for retirement – Inflation and the risk it could poses on your savings.

Inflation, when combined with market volatility and liquidity crisis could become a nightmare for retirees.

For instance, according to the federalreserve.gov website, currency in circulation increased by 5.1 billion notes or $226.3 billion dollars between June 2019 and June 2020. Looking at numbers alone might not seem significantly alarming, however, when calculation is made, it equates to almost 22% of all U.S. Dollars to be created in that year alone. Fifth of our currency is printed in one year.

Well, let’s look at a hypothetical example that illustrate the risk that compound inflation would have on your retirement saving. Let's assume that you begin saving $6,000 each year for the past 30 years, with an average of 7% rate of return on your retirement saving. 30 Years later you would have retired with a nest egg of $606,438. Now let’s assume the average inflation for each of those years were 3% per year, this will reduce you saving spending power to $249,844 30 at year 30. *

So how do you factor inflation into your personal retirement planning strategy? And what can you do about it?

Reality is that over the course of your working and retired lives, inflation will continue to erode the purchasing power of your retirement savings.  Food, transportation, healthcare and the necessities are also likely to cost significantly more than they do today.

Therefore, looking into investing in an asset that have historically outpaced inflation could be a starting point. Over the long run, Gold and Silver could have been considered the greatest hedge against inflation, alongside other type of investment assets.

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This hypothetical example is for illustrative purposes only, and each individual situation is different. Please consult your financial or tax professional regarding your circumstances.

Sources: https://www.federalreserve.gov/paymentsystems/files/currency_print_orders_2021.pdf


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Disclaimers:

This hypothetical example is for illustrative purposes only, and each individual situation is different. Please consult your financial or tax professional regarding your circumstances.

Sources: https://www.federalreserve.gov/paymentsystems/files/currency_print_orders_2021.pdf

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