No Such Thing As Stupid Questions

Doug is fond of pointing out that while there may be no such thing as a stupid question, there’s definitely an opportunity to learn from intelligent ones. Sometimes those questions come from his clients, often, they come from financial planners and advisors who are looking for answers for their clients. With more than 4 decades…

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Why We Can’t Afford To Be Too Busy To Learn

One of Doug’s favorite cartoons depicts an armor-clad king with sword and shield in hand, brushing off a salesman by telling him, “I’m too busy to talk right now, I have a battle to fight.” Unseen by the king is the salesman’s new product–a machine-gun sitting just outside the tent door. The point here is…

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Unleashing the Power of Three

In his 65 years of life, Doug Andrew has not only socked away a lot of useful and empowering information, he’s also shared it with his clients and those he teaches. One of the concepts that Doug sheds light on in this episode of Live Abundant Radio is the power of three. This is a…

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Optimizing Our Assets While Minimizing Our Taxes

Among the advantages that Doug Andrew’s regular listeners enjoy are his more than four decades of experience as a financial strategist and financial planner and the ideas and principles he teaches. Doug has learned many of these strategies through his continued association with some of the most successful individuals in the world. Even individuals with…

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Is There Serious Tax Policy Change On the Horizon?

Now that tax season has come and gone, many Americans are breathing a sigh of relief. This is true whether they had to write a check to Uncle Sam or whether they were anticipating a refund. We may be very focused on taxes during April, but Doug Andrew makes it clear that we should maintain…

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What the Crowd Keeps Getting Wrong About Retirement

If you were to ask any number of people how they choose to save for retirement, odds are very good that a majority of them would say that they’re utilizing an IRA or 401(k) for this purpose. How would you feel if someone were to tell you that they will never own an IRA or…

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Being Proactive About Taxes Now Prevents Regret Later

It’s no secret that recently the nation’s mind has been on taxes. Whether you’re getting a refund or writing a check at tax time, filing your returns can be a powerful reminder of just how much of our money goes to the national coffers. Doug Andrew has been very consistent in counseling his clients about…

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What You Must Know About the Proposed Trump Tax Cuts

In today’s Live Abundant Radio broadcast, Doug Andrew covers two very timely topics. Many people are apprehensive and uncertain about what President Trump’s proposed tax cuts will mean for them. Will they keep more of their income or lose some of their deductions? Doug offers serious insights into what you need to know about these…

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Protect Your Legacy from Taxes

Last month, the nation’s mind was on taxes. Millions of Americans were rushing to make the tax deadline, assessing how much they had already sent to the government (and hoping against hope they didn’t need to send more). Whether you’re getting a refund or writing a check, filing tax returns can be a chilling reminder…

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Who Is Looking Out for Your Financial Best Interests?

What is in your best interest? This can be a sensitive subject when the question is related to financial matters. For instance, there’s a lot of intrigue associated with the Dept. of Labor’s fiduciary rule that was to go into effect April 10th, but was instead postponed. Some people were surprised, but not Doug Andrew.…

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