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A negligence lawsuit?
| Estate taxes? |
The stock market?
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Most people have no idea what their true appetite for “risk” is when it comes to growing wealth for retirement. We use the industry’s most accurate risk assessment software to help clients determine their personal Risk Score. If you want to know your Risk Score on a scale from 1-100, click on the button below.
All clients should take steps to have their wealth protected from creditors. Unfortunately, most do not. Asset protection doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. To learn how exposed your assets are to creditors and how to protect them, please click here
For many people, funding a tax deferred 401(k) or IRA can be more tax hostile than tax favorable. Most people are unaware of a tax-free retirement tool that can be a much better retirement tool than tax-deferred plans. Click here to learn more.
From 1999-2008 the S&P 500 stock index was negative (a lost decade). If you are interested in avoiding downturns in the stock market while receiving a guaranteed rate of return coupled with a guaranteed income for life benefit.
Our firm is unique because we always put our client’s needs first. That may seem like an obvious statement, but as we’ve found out when reviewing several new client’s previous advice, many times the advice advisors give is what’s best for them and not their clients.
Our firm prides itself in its knowledge on a broad spectrum of concepts and products. Even so, we know it is impossible for one person or one firm to know it all. That is why we have strategic alliances with some of the top law firms in the country as well as other top experts in the finance and insurance fields.
Our goal is to be “the” place a client can turn to get answers/help on asset protection, income, estate, and capital gains tax reduction, growing wealth in the least risky manner possible, estate planning, business/corporate planning issues and much more.
We hope you enjoy our website and find time to both read various parts of the site as well as watch several of the educational presentations.
Most asset protection “gurus” believe asset protection revolves around helping clients who have money protect that money from your “typical” creditor from a negligence suit.
While that’s important, such gurus forget that the #1 creditor clients have every year is the IRS (taxes). Also, people are much more likely to lose money in the stock market in any given year than to be sued for negligence. The goal of a “good” asset protection plan is to make sure “all” of your assets are protected from “all” creditors. This is the specialty of our firm as you will learn when you review our site.
What is the “best” way to grow your wealth for retirement? Is it through tax-deferred tools like 401(k) plans or IRAs? Is it by investing in stocks, mutual funds, index funds, cash value life insurance, annuities, bonds, etc.?
How much risk should you take to reach your financial goals? Our answer is that clients should take the least amount of risk necessary to reach their financial goals (unfortunately most Americans do not take this approach and pay the consequences when the stock market tanks).
This web-site discusses many unique wealth-building tools so readers can educate themselves and make “informed” decisions about the “best” way to grow their wealth.
There are many “sales” books that advisors like to give clients to read in hopes that they will help sell products or services. We are not interested in such books. We prefer to have clients and potential clients read substantive books so they can truly educate themselves on the good and the bad planning tools used in our industry. The following is our recommend reading list (you can click on the titles to learn more about each book):