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Today's choices, tomorrow's income

20 October 2016 | Invesco

Your investment portfolio is completely in your hands. The choices you make today will affect the income stream your portfolio can generate in retirement.

Today, your paycheck is likely your biggest source of income. But once you retire, you’ll be dependent on Social Security, possibly a pension, and the investment portfolio that you built over your career. Those first two items are largely out of your control. But your investment portfolio is completely in your hands. The choices you make today will affect the income stream your portfolio can generate in retirement.

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