Spoiler Alert… Social Security Trustees’ 2018 Report “Ain’t Pretty.”
|Dr. David Eifrig Jr. posted a full summary of his findings, including how it works, and how to get started yourself, in a free presentation for the public. You can view it here.|
The way we treat senior citizens in this country makes me sick…
And if you don’t understand why, look no further than the newly released Social Security Trustees’ 2018 report…
“Medicare’s trust fund set to run out in 8 years. Social Security, 16.” – The New York Times
“The Trustees have determined that the fund is not adequately financed over the next 10 years.” – Bloomberg
In other words, if you are retired or plan on retiring sometime in the next 10 years, it is now time to consider how this could impact you…
Dr. David Eifrig Jr., who spent a decade in the field of medicine and another decade on Wall Street, says there’s a little-known way to generate an extra source of income each month that 50% of retirees aren’t aware of.
In fact, he says some seniors are can collect additional income that’s 3 to 5 times higher than their Social Security payment.
For example, one guy Dr. Eifrig shared this idea with, Don P., was receiving $2,800 a month from Social Security, but says this idea will “easily be adding twice the amount of [his] Social Security check each month” in extra income.
Personally, Dr. Eifrig collects enough income this way each year to pay for gasoline for his car, living expenses, even special dinners.
Better, yet Dr. Eifrig estimates four out of ten retirees can get approved for this additional source of income – you only need to fill out a several page form.
He’s posted a full summary of his findings, including how it works, and how to get started yourself, in a free presentation for the public.
Researcher, Stansberry Research
P.S. Remember, this is YOUR retirement. It’s up to YOU to make sure you have enough income to live the retirement you’ve always planned for and deserve. Don’t let the government’s mismanagement of the Social Security system rob you of your retirement. Learn how to secure an additional source of income today, by going here.