How much of a difference do dividends really make? If you had invested $100,000 in 1988 in pharmaceutical giant Johnson and Johnson and chose not to reinvest dividends, you would have over four million dollars today. BUT, If you HAD reinvested your dividends, you could have over NINE million dollars today! And, if you decided to start spending those dividends this year, you would have over two hundred and fifty-five thousand dollars of pure dividend income to spend or reinvest, your choice. All from a one hundred thousand dollar original investment, adding no other money! Today, we’ll show you how to put together a workable plan for financial independence to last a lifetime--even if the market crashes by 50%.