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There’s one asset that I’ve personally seen cause people to lose hundreds of thousands of dollars. I’ve seen this asset ruin families and affect them for generations to come. The tragedy of this asset is that you can’t sell it or get rid of it. It’s a risky asset that you have no other option...
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The year 2011 brought the first wave of Baby Boomers turning 65. Every single day in America there are 10,000 people turning 65 and this will continue on for the next 18 years. Let’s review what a typical 65-year-old Baby Boomer has experienced the past decade or so. In the late nineties, a typical Baby...
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I see financial advising as a mix of many skills. Sometimes it’s that of investor psychologist, but in the nuts and bolts of it I’m a risk manager. A topic I give a lot of thought is, “How long will my clients live?” My biggest goal for my clients is that they never run out...
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