“Father” of the 401(k) Introduces New “Retirement Plan”

By: TED BENNA

I’m often called the “father” of the 401(k) because I created the first 401(k) savings plan back in 1981.

Look, it’s no secret the 401(k) hasn’t been the “magic pill” everyone expected it to be. For some, it’s been good. But for the vast majority, their account balances won’t allow them to retire.

In fact, it’s estimated that roughly 45% of American households have nothing saved for retirement!

That’s why, today, I want to tell you about a new project I’ve been involved with, what I call the “501(k)” plan.

This is the best thing I’ve found that will allow you to patch up any retirement… regardless of how old you are or how much money you have.

All the information on this alternative plan can be found in this new book I helped put together:

The 501K Plan: How to Fully Fund Your Own Worry-Free Retirement—Starting at Any Age.

The 501K is not a fancy term for a new kind of 401K. This is totally different.

For starters, it’s not a government sponsored plan. And most of the ideas in here have absolutely nothing to do with mutual funds, stocks and bonds.

For example, Chapter 1 talks about a unique “account” that gives you an incredible tax break, and which lets you grow your money up to 40 to 50 times faster than in a regular bank account.

Another part of the book shares what I believe is the #1 income technique for retirees… a method that allowed President Reagan to collect, at one time, upwards of $75,000 a month… and Benjamin Franklin also it used back in the day.

We’ve just produced 5,000 copies of this book. And in this recent interview, I explain how you can grab one of these copies for free… while they’re still available.

If you’re not where you need to be for your retirement planning, I recommend you check this out. This isn’t the type of thing you’ll hear about from a financial adviser, because he won’t make a commission on these ideas.

To find out how grab a free copy of this book while it’s still available, click on the link below…

Click here to get the full scoop on the “501(k)” and learn how to grab your free book…