How To Use the Coming Tax Reforms to Your Advantage

Now that Congress has enacted a number of tax reforms, there is a window of opportunity that may be open for the next three to seven years. If you knew that you’d have an extra $3,000-$10,000 that wasn’t going to taxes, would you know how to put that money to the best use? Would you…

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What You Need to Know About Tax Season

Tax season is here and since the topic of taxes are fresh in most people’s minds, Doug Andrew has some empowering ideas to share. Too many folks tend to focus on getting their taxes filed and on deciding what to do with any refund that comes their way. In today’s episode, Doug has serious advice…

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Why It’s Essential to Pay Attention to Signals

Paying attention to the signals around us isn’t just important, it’s essential. These signals could pertain to the vehicle in which we’re traveling. They can be warnings for health concerns that need to be addressed sooner than later. They also can be economic signals that relate to our financial wellbeing. Too often, we slip into…

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A Dream Solution for Your Financial Objectives

If you’re serious about achieving your financial objectives, you’re going to love this episode. In today’s broadcast, Doug Andrew will open the door to a number of solutions that you may never have considered. For instance, have you ever wondered where banks choose to put their tier one assets? What if you could do the…

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Timely Tax Advice for Those Who Are Thinking About the Future

There have been some significant changes in tax laws recently and that could spell opportunity for those who are paying attention. For some folks, it could mean an extra $3,000 to $10,000 in extra tax savings for the next 3 years. That’s money that they would have likely paid in taxes had these latest tax…

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Why Some Folks Don’t Fear Stock Market Volatility

It’s no secret that the stock market has been doing a pretty good impression of a whipsaw lately. Even though it’s been nearly 10 years since we saw the last big correction, a fair amount of folks are getting nervous that another is coming. In today’s episode, Doug Andrew explains how he and his clients…

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A Tax-free Retirement and Other Reasons You Won’t Want to Kick Yourself

We’ve all had occasions where we’ve wanted to kick ourselves over some missed opportunity. One place where that kind of regret can be especially costly is when we reach retirement. It today’s broadcast, Doug will discuss some timely advice regarding the new tax law and a window of opportunity that has opened. He also outlines…

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Discover Abundance by Escaping the Scarcity Spiral and the Tax Trap

As much as we’d like to believe that abundance requires zero effort, the reality is that there are a number of things that arise in life that can prevent us from enjoying it. One of those things is the scarcity spiral and another is the tax trap. The key to overcoming these diversions starts with…

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Why Some Folks Cheer Rather Than Fear the Stock Market Whipsaw

If you’ve been paying attention to the stock market, you can appreciate how its behavior can sometimes be likened to a whipsaw. We’ve seen market volatility lately and it’s expected to continue into the foreseeable future. Instead of viewing this ongoing volatility with a sense of dread, what if you could find reasons to cheer…

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Navigating Your Way Out of Unacceptable Detours and Dead Ends

Each of us faces the possibility of what success coach Dan Sullivan refers to as unacceptable regrets. It’s helpful to sit down occasionally and determine those regrets we’d absolutely not want to have to face. The beauty of this approach is that it can apply to many areas of our lives. Doug Andrew has taken…

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