Gary Allen on Business – Sunday, November 22, 2015; PODCAST NOW AVAILABLE

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Gary Allen on Business – Sunday, November 22, 2015

Rising Interest Rates, The Paris Attacks and Solving America’s Retirement Savings Crisis…

On the program this week, we cover a wide range of important topics. In the first segment I spend time talking about the risks of chasing higher yields and what could happen to you when interest rates start to rise. 

In segment two, I spend the majority of the time talking about the recent terrorist events that have happened in Paris and other places. In particular, I emphasize the small impact these terrible events will have in the long run on a broadly and deeply diversified portfolio. While the events are tragic, they do not change the overall landscape for disciplined investors. 

In segments three and four of the program, I discuss the retirement savings crisis in America and one potential solution that, in my opinion, has not been used often enough. Payroll deduction IRA programs have been around for a very long time. However, very few companies have used them and that should change. 

If you own or manage a company without a retirement plan, a payroll deduction IRA is something for you to consider. If you are an employee at a company without a retirement plan, you should have your employer take a closer look at a payroll deduction IRA.

Access to a retirement plan at work is a key component of solving the retirement savings crisis in this country. Find out why a payroll deduction IRA can make a difference in so many lives.

I hope you enjoy this week’s show and thank you for making it part of your day! Have a question? Just drop me a note at gallen@prudentllc.com

– Gary

Happy Thanksgiving!

From my family to yours… I hope that each of you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with family and friends. There is so much for all of us to be thankful for. This is a holiday about gratitude, about family and about possibility. It brings people together to not only celebrate the end of the harvest, but to look one in another in the eye and share something magical. I hope that each of you can celebrate something magical with your friends and family.

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