Going Places With the RTN Infinity Club
One of our most popular programs is the RTN Infinity Club. Infinity Club members get many benefits to help them with their retirement finances, including free ATM use worldwide (does not cover other institutions’ surcharges), two free orders of checks annually, AARP membership for those eligible, RTN Credit Card annual fee waived and free seminars.
You can join the RTN Infinity Club if you have $15,000 in combined savings balances in RTN accounts or for a low fee of $10 per month.
Several times a year, the Infinity Club sponsors trips and activities that are opened to all members, their families and friends. Upcoming trips include:
Bermuda Cruise from Boston, May 5, 2017 (departure date)
Looking for a unique way to celebrate a graduation or other special occasion? Join the Infinity Club for a memorable cruise to Bermuda aboard the newly renovated Norwegian Dawn! You’ll spend several days discovering the beaches, golf courses and unforgettable beauty of Bermuda while staying in luxury on one of the premier cruise ships. Balcony rooms are $1453.51 pp double (includes taxes and fees). Triple and quad cabins are available by request. $800 deposit is due by January 3, 2017.
To learn more about these trips or about managing your retirement finances through the Infinity Club, contact Pat Manley at 781-736-9831 or 800-338-0221, ext. 9831, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download your Infinity Club enrollment application now.
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We all have moments while we’re working when we wish we weren’t. But are you having more of those moments lately?
You’ve worked for decades. You’ve saved a healthy nest egg. After crunching the numbers, you and your financial planner have determined that you’ll have the financial resources you’ll need for your remaining years.
Those financial considerations must come first. But once it appears you’re financially set, there’s one big question still hovering: Am I ready to retire?
Experts advise that the answer to that question is not about being ready, but rather about getting ready.
“You need to plan and prepare for retirement, and be intentional about it,” says Szifra Birke, a financial behavior and transition coach in Chelmsford, Mass. “Many people have a financial plan. What they often don’t have is some sort of life plan.”