The Features You Want In a Prudent Investment

The features you want in a prudent investment aren’t always well understood. If you currently are accumulating your retirement nest egg in an IRA or 401(k), this is information you can use.

Doug Andrew’s 45 years experience as a retirement planning and tax minimization specialist has given him deep insights on this subject. If you are serious about protecting your nest egg, this is information you need.

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Don’t fret over the possibility of outliving your retirement money. This week’s episode has answers that will bring you peace of mind.


  • Have you felt the pain of losing ground in your 401(k) or IRA over the past decade? Doug explains why so many people are looking for a more stable vehicle.
  • Is is time to retire the 401(k) and to do something better instead? Doug spells out some of the better alternatives that you may not have known.
  • Whatever happened to the prospect of being in a lower tax bracket upon reaching retirement? Doug shares the reasons why this is rarely true for anyone these days.
  • Is there a way to satisfy your tax obligations once and for all rather than deferring them? You’re far better off accumulating and growing your savings tax-free.
  • Why are taxes likely to continue to go up and how can you protect your retirement savings? Doug reveals his favorite savings vehicles and the advantages they offer.
  • What is the LASER fund and what does it provide? Discover what it takes to enjoy liquid assets safely earning predictable rates of return.
  • And much, much more…

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