It's one of the best-kept retirement secrets of the past 100 years...
So it wouldn't surprise me in the least if you've never heard of the "N54(a) Retirement Account."
It's a rarely publicized way to fund your retirement. And getting started couldn't be easier...
Which is why thousands of retirees, and those on a fixed income, are now taking advantage of this lucrative retirement secret:
And while most Americans have no idea this type of account even exists, it represents one of the greatest moneymaking opportunities available to the growing number of income-starved retirees.
In fact, it's been so profitable for some folks, they've used their "N54(a) Retirement Account" to completely replace their 401(k) and IRA accounts. Many others have used it in place of a pension fund that didn't exactly pay off.
And it's all made possible by an under-the-radar congressional amendment that works by "increase(ing) the amount and certainty of the return on... investor capital."
In today's zero percent interest environment, "N54(a) Retirement Accounts" have fast become a boon to the countless Americans who've been deprived of a steady and substantial income stream.
Which is why the mainstream media is finally starting to wake up and take notice. In December 2011, Barron's ran an article proclaiming:
And whether you need money to pay for retirement - or simply want extra cash to cover living expenses - this could be the perfect income opportunity for you too.
But you have to understand...
It's Really Nothing Like a 401(k)
You see, an "N54(a) Retirement Account" is similar to your 401(k) in that it lets you collect regular income payments for retirement...
But that's where the similarities STOP.
o With an "N54(a) Retirement Account" you can withdraw funds at any age... starting immediately.
o You can add money to your "N54(a) Retirement Account" at any time, regardless of your current, or past, employment status - even if you're already retired.
These are just a few of the reasons that an "N54(a) Retirement Account" is a far superior way to pay for retirement than a 401(k) account.
But I haven't even gotten to the best part...
What really distinguishes an "N54(a) Retirement Account" from a 401(k) - or any other income investment for that matter - is the size of the income checks.
These checks typically pay out 3 to 5 times more income than you can get from an ordinary 401(k).
And as I mentioned, anyone can start receiving these checks immediately.
That means you could be collecting consistent income payments of $500... $1,000... or even more - as soon as next month.
But he's not the only one who's cashing in...
And in this letter, I'll reveal the simple way you can join these forward-thinking retirees who are avoiding traditional low-yield retirement programs -- and collecting extra income from N54(a).
Financing an American Retirement
Has Never Been so Difficult
It's no secret that 401(k) plans have been a huge disappointment over the years.
And that's an understatement...
On June 11th, A Wall Street Journal MarketWatch headline reported:
Stop reading and think about that for a moment.
Every year, hundreds of millions of Americans invest a portion of their hard-earned paycheck in a 401(k) account... and they're slighted with returns that can't keep pace with inflation...
Let alone pay for a comfortable retirement.
And as so many investors have already learned, there's no guarantee a 401(k) plan won't go down in value!
But it gets worse...
You could be among the tens of thousands of Americans whose pension was slashed or eliminated in recent years.
According to WSJ Smart Money:
In fact, the average private pension fund is said to be only 60% funded - not to mention those that have already gone belly up.
The situation isn't much better for public pension funds...
Here's what I mean:
On April 17, 2012, for the first time ever, a public U.S. pension fund filed for bankruptcy. I hate to say it, but you can expect more of the same in the years to come.
And if you're counting on Social Security to pay for your retirement - you've got another thing coming:
According to the government's latest reports, the Social Security fund will be completely depleted by 2033... That's 3 years earlier than the 2011 projections.
And whether you expect to live another 20 years may not matter...
There is growing concern that aggressive cutbacks could start eating away at retiree benefits as soon as the next election, regardless of who's in the White House.
For many retirement-minded Americans, the situation is nothing short of terrifying.
A Full Blown
It's hard to deny that we as a nation are rapidly approaching a serious retirement crisis.
Which is why "N54(a) Retirement Accounts" are gaining so much traction for regular folks who want a better life.
You see, while many current account holders use this government loophole to replace other retirement funds, like a 401(k)...
Far more use it for supplementary income.
In other words, you can continue to collect Social Security checks, 401(k) payments and even your pension - while at the same time, receiving an additional income stream from your "N54(a) Retirement Account."
And as I mentioned, the payments from this unique account are typically far greater than the measly income derived from your average government retirement program - up to 5 times larger.
Even better, you can get started with as little as $50 and still put yourself in the position to substantially improve your standard of living during retirement.
But more than likely, you'll be comfortable investing quite a bit more - simply because it means you'll collect increasingly large payments.
So instead of just "getting by" on $1,000 a month from Social Security or waiting for that 401(k) to finally pay off - I'd like to show you how to start a "N54(a) Retirement Account" for yourself...
A Day in the Life
It's easy to understand why an "N54(a) Retirement Account" is a better way to finance your retirement...
Especially when you consider the case of retiree and Wisconsin resident, Brady McIntosh... who recently collected $750 in extra income from his "N54(a) Retirement Account."
You see Brady spent the better part of his life as an engineer working for John Deere. But now that he's "RETIRED!" -- his days are spent doing what he loves best...
"Collecting Coins, Snow Skiing, & GOLF (especially)!!!"
And he has the extra cash to enjoy these hobbies and "cover daily living expenses" - thanks to the steady stream of income he's now collecting from his "N54(a) Retirement Account."
Brady, who first started his account in April 2011, called it, "much better than CD rates."
And I couldn't agree more.
Unfortunately for many Americans, Brady's life is more of a dream than reality.
And while the vast majority of retirees struggle to make ends meet each and every month... they no longer have to.
Thanks to the "N54(a) Retirement Account" - anyone can collect the extra income they need to live retirement to the fullest.
And that includes you!
What You Need to Know
to Get Started
Hi, I'm Ian Wyatt, Founder and President of Wyatt Investment Research.
Over the past decade, my company's ongoing commitment to delivering unparalleled investment research has made us one of the nation's top independent research firms.
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Traditional income investments like U.S. Treasuries, money market accounts and CDs were yielding next to nothing.
I'm sure you know that these investments are yielding even less today. Under 1% in many cases.
The point is, if you want consistent and substantial income - you're not going to get it from traditional income investments...
Which is the very reason that I launched High Yield Wealth: to help readers like you collect extra income from alternative, high quality investments that most Americans are not even aware of.
Part of the reason high yielding investments are so popular among retirement-minded Americans is that they consistently pay out extra income... whether the market is up or down.
And quite simply, there's no better way to pay for retirement than with a "N54(a) Retirement Account."
How to Start Your Own
"N54(a) Retirement Account" Today
Whether you're retired today, or hoping to retire soon, I'd like to show you the simple steps you can follow to start collecting extra income through your own "N54(a) Retirement Account."
As you'll soon see, opening a "N54(a) Retirement Account" couldn't be easier. In fact, all you need is an investment broker or an online brokerage account.
And as I mentioned, you can get started today for less than $50.
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