Features You Want In a Prudent Investment

The features you want in a prudent investment aren’t exactly secrets. Still, it’s surprising how few people seem to understand them.

In planning for a brighter future, we all need to learn how to maximize assets, minimize taxes and to empower our authentic wealth. We also need to question conventional wisdom, such as saving for retirement in an IRA or 401(k).

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In today’s episode, Doug Andrew shares his take on what makes a prudent investment and what savings vehicles he considers superior to either an IRA or 401(k).

HERE’S A QUICK PREVIEW OF SOME OF THE LIFE CHANGING INFORMATION IN TODAY’S BROADCAST:

  • How can you determine the best place to sock away money for retirement? Doug shares 11 principles that will make choosing the right vehicle a snap.
  • Is there a better way to save than an IRA or 401(K)? If you’ve ever pondered the likelihood of outliving your retirement savings, this is what you should know.
  • With ongoing market volatility, how can you know your hard-earned money is safe? Too many people have learned about the risks the hard way.
  • Why is having to make up lost ground something we should avoid wherever possible? Doug explains what happened during the so-called “lost decade” and what it teaches us.
  • Is it time to retire the 401(k) and do something better instead? Once you understand the difference between tax-deferred and tax-free accumulation, the answer is simple.
  • Will you be in a lower tax bracket upon reaching retirement? A shocking number of people who are counting on this are in for a very rude awakening when they actually retire.
  • And much, much more…

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