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SOURCE: Annuity 123
Annuity123 releases the first free online matching service designed to help match baby boomers with compatible retirement income specialists in Washington. This innovative online matching service is designed to match retirees in need of retirement income guidance with experienced retirement planning specialists in their local area.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) January 18, 2013
Over 30 years ago, Americans were forced by their employers to forego attractive and successful defined benefit pension plans for defined contribution 401k plans. At the time, the oldest baby boomers were new to the work force, low on savings, and had no way of knowing what lay ahead for them. Today’s baby boomers and soon to be retirees are now often anxious about outliving their savings and income. Unfortunately, many of these soon to be retirees are still not fully prepared due to simply being unaware of their retirement income options.
The Annuity123 founders designed this website in order to make sure that baby boomers are able to have free educational material about annuities while also providing an efficient venue to help its users find retirement income specialists to seek out when in need of further clarification or personalized guidance.
Annuity123 was designed to educate consumers across the country about the variety of means to contractually guarantee lifetime income. The fear of outliving your money doesn’t have to be a burden. Moreover, the purpose is not only to educate consumers about the importance of lifetime income and creating their own pension annuity, but to provide easy access to the best retirement income and annuity specialists in the country. By first educating consumers, and then matching them up with experts in their area for further advice, Annuity123 hopes to make a positive impact in the retirement field. Annuity123 is owned by Annuity Think Tank, LLC.
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