Here is some food for thought.
Director of Market United Kingdom Phil Guido shared these two articles from The Times, a London newspaper, that have a direct correlation with Market America. One article described retirement as a “ticking time bomb” and the other discussed the fall of wages despite employment being up.
These articles both deal with how Britons are not prepared for retirement and how millions are in debt or have to borrow money in order to make ends meet. The key to saving money for retirement is to start at a young age, but many do not know how or have the means to save.
Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way for people to not only save money, but convert spending into earning to make a residual income? That’s where the UnFranchise Business and Shopping Annuity come into play. Market America has the answer to the 45 year plan because we turn it into the 2-3 year plan! This company can change lives if you believe!
Read Phil Guido’s message below.
Last week in London I picked up a copy of THE TIMES and saw two articles side by side; one titled “Retirement timebomb is ticking for millions” and a second titled “Real wages fall despite high employment”
The first article claimed:
· More than 15 million Britons are not saving anything into a pension
· Half of consumers (25.6 million people) are at risk of being financially vulnerable
· 4.1 million people have failed to pay domestic bills in three of the past six months
· 3.5 million adults are borrowing from friends and family to make ends meet
· One third of all adults have no short term savings to fall back on
The article goes on to say “The problems start when people are in their early 20’s. More than 50 percent of those aged 18 to 24 are vulnerable financially largely because of a lack of cash and a high level of debt.” One financial advisor commented “People who aren’t saving enough for retirement face the stark reality of either a lower standard of living in old age or in effect working until they drop.”
WE have the ANSWER! The answer is Market UK and SHOP.COM, or more specifically, THE SHOPPING ANNUITY!
More UFOs had thoughts on the matter. Check out one of Market UK’s top ambassador’s, Lenny Allene, comments on the issue.
Lenny Allene’s Comments
There is no doubt in my mind that the Shopping Annuity is an idea whose time has come and it is here in the UK to stay. Just ask the reporters for the Sunday times dated 19th October 2017 as they address Britain’s retirement prospects as well as the current realities for consumers and workers. Our Shopping Annuity which helps people convert spending into earning and supports their personal economy, stands not only as a panacea to wage freezes, low interest rates, high street store closures, lack of savings but gives hope to the fact that most people are one paycheck away from being broke. It’s an answer to high prices which causes inflation as consumers get paid to shop as well as benefit from the reduction of high margins from suppliers by shopping through Shop.com. In fact, people are looking for a way out; income security not necessarily job security and ordinary people who are disadvantaged by the plethora of economic issues get to build a lifetime and lifelong income by simply doing what they already do; spend to live and get paid to do that with a proven system that has been helping others for 25 years. Having or building a shopping Annuity can result in more people building a nest egg to aid retirement or anything that job insecurity fails to do. Most people want a lump sump which retirement or a pension income provides but it’s clear from the article that people are not saving and so many won’t even get there. Coupled with the fact that the pension age is estimated to rise to 67 and even 70 within the next 10 or so years there’s no chance for millennial and generation x and the like. Our 2-3 year Shopping Annuity addresses that. And even if it takes 10 years it’s still short her than a lifetime with no beneficial results.So are you building an annuity? It could make all the difference. I’m thankful for articles like these because it just shows that Market United Kingdom/America and Shop.com are ahead of the curve.