Liquid Asset Rate
Welcome to the Wealth Curve Talk Podcast. In this episode, John continues his series on the Wealth Curve Blueprint. This time he talks about the liquid asset rate. This is the amount of cash you have available for any expenses above the ordinary.
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Today’s podcast includes these vital points:
- Achieving a savings rate balance means your spread your assets around multiple types of savings vehicles and more than one tax structure.
- Each dollar that you put into savings should build your liquid savings, short-term savings, defensive savings, and long-term savings.
- If you allocate your savings in a lopsided fashion, you put yourself at risk: Clients who have all of their money in 401Ks frequently end up in credit card debt or with 401K loans.
- You also want your money in a variety of tax structures. It means that for some you pay taxes upfront (think Roth IRA) and for others your defer tax payments (think 401Ks and 403Bs).
- You want to work to make sure that you will be in a lower tax bracket in retirement. You want to benefit from your tax-deferred savings, rather than losing out.
When you work with us to put your assets into the Wealth Curve Blueprint, you will quickly see where your plan is overweight. Then, depending on your circumstances, you can reallocate some savings. The balance will be unique to you.
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