What is the solution to financial problems
The solution to your precautionary problem is a complex analysis and planning process. Many insurance companies and fund companies claim that the customer's problem is solved by taking out YOUR pension product that is offered. But that does not correspond to reality.
The solution for the individual can only lie in a provision that is completely independent of the state.
Relying on the state will inevitably lead to poverty in old age that will surpass any pessimistic fears.
- There is no product that only brings advantages.
- There is no product that solves all of your prevention problems.
- There are no products with high yields that do not also involve risks.
- There are no "insider tips" and "sensational product news" that solve all financial problems.
- How has your life been in the past?
- What personal, professional and financial development have you already seen?
- What are you planning for your future?
- Family? House building (purchase)?
- What professional development are you aiming for?
- Do you expect cash flows in the future (e.g. inheritances)?
- Or will you most likely be burdened with additional expenses in the future (e.g. house renovation)?
IT'S about YOUR life - take it in YOUR hand!
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