Answers to Questions We Should be Asking

The answers to the questions we should be asking are out there. But sometimes we falter because we’re not sure what questions we should be asking in the first place.

Doug Andrew loves to field questions from his clients and students regarding how to live with abundance. In fact, people regularly submit questions regarding things like investments, tax-free investing and how to understand required minimum distribution rules.

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During this episode, Doug will provide some needed answers to these questions and you may just be blown away by how common sense they are.


  • Do you know some of the best places to set aside your serious cash for the future? Doug shares his take on the best vehicles to save for your future goals.
  • Why is tax-free saving preferable to tax-deferred? If you currently have money accumulating in an IRA or 401(k), you’ll want to hear this..
  • How can you be sure that you’re making a prudent investment? Doug introduces you to the LASER test which will help you answer that question with confidence.
  • Is it possible to safeguard the principal of your investments regardless of what the market may be doing? Those who know the answer to this will find it easier to sleep at night, even during market volatility.
  • What is the risk return paradigm and how can it help you make better investing decisions? Once you’ve heard Doug’s explanation, you’ll understand why it’s so critical.
  • Where are you likely to find the highest liquidity, greatest safety and predictable rates of return? If you’re planning for a trouble-free retirement, this is essential information.
  • And much, much more…

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