Baby Boomer Blunders, 15 Financial Problems You Can Fix Now

What are the biggest Baby Boomer blunders? In today’s broadcast, Doug Andrew addresses some of the financial mistakes that many boomers are making.

By the end of this episode, you’ll have solid information on 15 financial problems that you can fix start fixing right now. If you’re ready to maximize assets, minimize taxes and to empower your authentic wealth, keep listening.

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Baby Boomer or not, you’ll be better equipped to recognize and avoid these financial blunders.

HERE IS A BRIEF SNAPSHOT OF SOME OF THE GEMS DOUG SHARES IN THIS BROADCAST:

  • With millions of people fast approaching retirement, who wants to be “put out of use”? Doug explains why you should reinvent yourself for your golden years.
  • Keep your 401(k) or move to a better savings vehicle? Discover how to put away your fears about outliving your money.
  • Why do so many Baby Boomers feel like it’s too late to plan for a comfortable retirement? Doug spells out why they’re afraid and what they can do about it.
  • Can you negate the threats of higher taxes, rising inflation and ongoing market volatility? Doug shares his preferred strategies.
  • Why do people put their serious cash where it’s vulnerable to market downturns? Indexing makes it possible to enjoy market gains without suffering for market losses.
  • Is there a difference between borrowing money to consume and borrowing money to converse? The way Doug answers this question will change how you view borrowing.
  • And much, much more…

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