Answers to Commonly Asked Questions About Obstacles On the Path to Abundance

During his four and a half decades as a financial strategist, Doug Andrew has encountered a number of recurring questions. Many of these questions have to do with the biggest roadblocks, dangers and obstacles that people face with their money that they are saving and investing for the future. If you’ve found yourself feeling concerned or powerless when it comes to your money-making decisions, this is a topic which will bring you serious peace of mind. Best of all, the answers you receive will better prepare you and your family for an abundant life now and in the future.

Here is an overview of some of the main points that Doug covers in this broadcast:

  • Why do so many people fail to accumulate the fortune that the might have? Generally, it’s because they simply haven’t been shown the legitimate dangers of taxes, inflation and ongoing market volatility.
  • Lots of folks believe that they’ll be in a lower tax bracket when they reach their retirement. Doug explains why this is no longer true and hasn’t been for more than two decades.
  • Why is accumulating your nest egg in pre-tax money going to be such a rude awakening for so many folks at retirement? Doug reveals why tax-deferred savings vehicles are a poor choice.
  • How can you utilize a tax-free savings vehicle for retirement? If you’re not willing to kiss roughly a third of your nest egg goodbye each time you access it, you’ll want to know this.
  • Why is inflation such a deadly threat to those who have money in savings? Doug shows you how to keep ahead of the inflation rate so you don’t lose the purchasing power of your savings.
  • Is there a way to avoid the kinds of losses that so many folks have seen because of market volatility? Learn how to gain during those times the market grows but not lose money when it declines.
  • And much, much more…

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*Life insurance policies are not investments and, accordingly, should not be purchased as an investment.