According to the National Institute on Retirement Security, 92% of working households don’t meet the savings target they need to retire at age 67.

Where do you stand?

Look at this chart and let’s figure it out:

  • If you’re 45 with an annual income of $75,000… you should already have $210,000 set aside
  • If you’re 50 with an annual income of $100,000… you should be sitting on $450,000 by now
  • And if you’re 55 and used to living on a salary of $150,000… you should have already passed the million-dollar mark

With that in mind, look at this chart and find your current retirement number – the amount you should have saved as of today.

Then, ask yourself an honest question…

“Am I on track for retirement?”

If the answer is “yes,” then congratulations! You’re officially one of the 8%!

If the answer’s “no,” you’re among the 92% of us who aren’t anywhere close to having enough saved.

But don’t worry. There’s time to catch up. And over the next several weeks, I’m going to show you how.


The Million-Dollar Retirement Catch-Up

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Charles Sizemore
Charles Sizemore is the editor of Peak Income, a monthly newsletter focusing on income and retirement strategies.