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Why Isn't Working and Saving Enough to Get Ahead?

Updated: Apr 27, 2023

Working and saving isn't enough when you consider expanding life expectancies, the unbridled rise of healthcare and other living expenses, and mediocre stock market returns adjusted for inflation.


  1. Outdated Social Security and Retirement Planning System

  2. Accelerating Burden of Healthcare Costs

  3. The Actual Cost of Living Rises Faster Than Headline Inflation

  4. Risk-Adjusted Stock Market Returns Net of Inflation Are Insufficient


Outdated Social Security and Retirement Planning System


Average life expectancies have expanded. Your retirement will last decades.



Accelerating Burden of Healthcare Costs


In the last 10 years, healthcare costs have grown 47% while average wages have risen only 33%.



The Actual Cost of Living Rises Faster Than Headline Inflation


For over 30 years the government has manipulated the Consumer Price Index to control social security and other entitlements.


The Chapwood Index offers an alternative view of the real cost of living.



Risk-Adjusted Stock Market Returns Net of Inflation Are Insufficient




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