Pushes $10,000 a year into your account

How would you like an extra $10,000 a year for your retirement?

It doesn’t matter how much money you currently make, that extra $10,000 could be sitting in your account at the end of each year…

…and it’s all yours to do with as you please.

Think about what you could do with an extra $10,000 a year…

You could expand your standard retirement into a more luxurious one.

But, most importantly, you’d be able to live much more comfortably… you wouldn’t have to worry about those extra bills or expenditures.

You’d have the comfort of knowing you can live how you want to live and not have to check your bank account every other day.

This extra $10,000 a year is extremely easy to come by… I’ll show you:

First, I want you to think about how much money you spend on new clothes each year… now think about how much money you spend on eating out at restaurants each year.

It may not seem like a lot, but these two expenditures add up quickly.

The average American spends $1,604 on clothes each year…

We also spend $3,008 per year in restaurants on average.

That doesn’t include the $2,482 on entertainment and $3,267 on miscellaneous expenditures.

That adds up to $10,361 a year on things that we can cut back on.

The trick to taking back this extra $10,000 a year is simple: Itemize your expenditures, cut back on unnecessary spending, and invest all the money you’ve saved.

There’s probably one question on your mind right now… Where should you invest that money?

It’s simple… avoid the fund managers and invest your money in a market-tracking ETF like the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY).

Simply call your broker and ask to buy however many shares of SPY you can afford with this extra cash and ride the market to the top.

When it’s time to release those shares, I’ll let you know.

In the meantime, enjoy all that extra cash you’ve saved (up to $10,000) and wait patiently for the gains you’ll be receiving on the other side.

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