Risk Tolerance

Risk Tolerance

Could you out live your retirement income?

Yes! Today we are living longer then ever before and with daily advances in Medical science we will continue to see our life expectancy continue to increase.

Many people live in fear that their retirement nest-egg will not sustain them throughout their remaining years. High risk tolerance might have been okay when you were saving for retirement, but now that you’re there Risk Avoidance is mandatory.

What’s your risk tolerance today?

Are you tired of the roller coaster ride of the stock market? Have you had your fill of “jumping on the band wagon” after the wagon has left the stage? Are you tired of hearing, “just hang in there – it will come back”? If yes then you’re the type of person SBS is looking to work with!

Financial Freedom and Security

In your formative financial years you were willing to take the risks needed to insure a good rate of return. You gambled on the fact that you had 20 to 30 years to go before you were ready to retire and if disaster struck you had plenty of time to make it up.

Now that you’ve reach an age were risk taking is something you’d rather avoid, and guaranteed rates of return are what your looking for, finding some one who understands those concerns is difficult.

We at Senior Benefit Solutions, LLC have heard your cry. We too are tired of hearing about how great these financial gurus are (if they were that good why are they still working?).

Our goal at SBS is to make you a solid guaranteed rate of return that will provide you with the financial freedom and security you are looking for in your retirement years. No hype, no blue smoke and mirrors, just plain old solid programs that provide you with growth, income or both without compromising your principle.

We work with some of the most prestigious financial institutions to provide you with a program designed to give a solid return on investment, an income that you can never out live and the peace of mind that you’ll never have to worry about making up the money lost due to a market downturn.