I've never shared this recording with anyone, it was too obnoxious and exaggerated - until now. June 11, 2016 is apparently the right time the world can handle "Up and Down"; a lady with a terrible English accent and airplane cockpits teach you how to have an amazing retirement and financial plan.
This is the last episode in the Financial Tic Tac Toe series. I'm going to cover IN-Crease or Growth Accounts and tell you which ones are my favorite. Once you have guaranteed income for life, you can see what's leftover and that's when the fun begins. This is the money you can use to go play, take risks, and invest in things you are passionate about.
In the 40th episode I cover the IN-Come portion of the Tic Tac Toe Grid which is a grid I created to help myself see what characteristics are most important for each type of money. I'll explain the different sources of retirement income and how to create guaranteed, increasing retirement income.
This Financial Tic Tac Toe Grid is a tool I use to see what's most important for each part of your financial plan. Listen in as I talk about IN-Case Accounts, the most important things to know and then at the end I will tell you exactly where I put my clients' IN-Case Account money. Enjoy
This show starts a four-part series on the Financial Tic Tac Toe Grid. It is important for you to know, before you go shopping for each tool you are going to use in your retirement plan, in what order of importance you should rank Liquidity, Safety, Rate of Return and Tax Treatment. This Grid will show you.
Listen in as I finish what I started in Allowable Malpractive part 1. Here are 5 more ways advisors can legally steal from you and what to do to avoid being robbed!
There are at least 9 completely unethical things that are perfectly legal for your advisor to do to you. In any other industry, well except used car sales, these would be considered malpractice. Empower yourself to catch your advisor using these schemes against you. I'll cover 1-4 in this episode and 5-9 tomorrow.
We've been in a bull market for over 87 months, how does that compare with the average length of a bull market? The average loss in a bear market is 27% are you ready for that loss? Listen in to hear the rest of the story on average gains and length of time for bull markets and average losses and length of time for bear markets. You may just change where you have your money after this one
Help yourself to some sarcastic and exaggerated mockery of what you will find when you try to hire a financial advisor. As odd as this episode is, it will give you incredible insight into the mind of the modern financial advisor.
In episode 33, I'm going to cover the books the I recommend, the mentors that trained me 11 years ago, and show you which books will give you the life-changing truths you need to maximize your retirement and financial planning strategies. These few books are must-owns if you want to optimize your retirement.
Will bad things happen in your life? Maybe not. This episode shows what to do if nothing bad happens and you just want to maximize how much money you leave behind to loved ones and charity. I will also explain how I'm working with the UN to solve world hunger. And together, I believe we can do it.
This episode has a surprise in the middle when someone on Quora pipes in and tries to shoot down one of the things I teach related to retirement and financial planning. Listen in to see how I handle this objection. I also cover how to Responsibly Outsource Our Medical expenses, the Get a ROOM acronym, when the time comes that our health begins to fade. Only the Joker Brokers believe you should be the one paying those expenses. Learn who wants to pay them for you.
I thought this episode would be a short one, but when I finished with the rough draft recording, it was over 37 minutes long. I guess being able to access your money in retirement is important. Listen in to see how to have an amazing retirement plan and penalty-free access to enough money at all times.
The premature death of a spouse is already horrific but it also has financial consequences. In this episode, I'm going to teach you how to make sure your spouse will be OK if you happen to pass away before your time. If you have a Short Life, then you need to Get a CLUE! I'll explain exactly what you need to do with three terrific options to ensure your financial and retirement plan are ready for all Five Lives of Retirement.
Get a GRIP is part of the Five Lives of Retirement series where I teach you to Get a GRIP, get a CLUE, get a JOB, get a ROOM and get a LIFE. Each one is an acronym for how to set up your financial plan to make sure you and your family are going to be ok whether you have a Long Life, Short Life, Rough Life, Sick Life and into The Next Life.
Taxes will most likely go up according to historical tax rates. With the fact that Social Security and Medicare are underfunded, and the fact that David Walker says they will. In this episode, I explain how to divorce the IRS and use the Rich Man's Roth IRA to create tax-free retirement distributions no matter how much income you make and there's no limit on what you can put into it.
Do you think taxes may go up between now and when you pass away? If so then creating tax-free income is essential for making sure that you will enjoy the best retirement lifestyle possible. Inflation is constantly eating away at the value of your dollars, don't let the IRS do the same! In this episode I will show you three sure fire ways to create tax-free income in retirement.
What would happen to your income, your retirement lifestyle, if a giant chicken ate your spouse, or they died in some more traditional way? You may be shocked to find yourself in a higher tax bracket with less income than ever before. In this episode, I explain this in detail and also give you a sneak peek of books and episodes to come. To see the video of the giant chicken eating Mr. Jones (lego version) go to www.MeritVideos.com
There are two very different types of financial planning approaches in the world and I'll bet you're only aware of one of them. Luckily I was trained by a 30-year retirement planning veteran who used the other one! Wait until you hear what this other approach will do for you...
27 minutes into a passion-filled episode on Asset Optimization my computer rebooted on it's own. I hate Microsoft. Here's a radio interview I did on a statoin in Tacoma Washington and surrounding areas.
Do you think the letters behind your advisors name mean anything? They don't, and in this episode I show you the truth behind the licensing, certifications, and continuing education that keep financial and retirement planners in the dark about how to actually do their jobs. I will also show you exactly what to do to make sure that, no matter what type of planner you have, you get the best retirement possible.
Microsoft 10 Screwed up the microphone quality but the information is OFF THE HOOK! What can you learn about retirement from me talking about passing slow tractors in Maui? You'd be surprised - listen and learn!
I really don't like talking about going bankrupt but I care more about you than I do myself. This is by far my favorite episode yet. If this episode doesn't change how you feel about investing for retirement, I don't know if anything will. No songs, no skits, just the lesson of a lifetime and a call to action that will save you from what happened to me and someone very near and dear to my heart. Do not make the mistake I did or your retirement will go bankrupt.
A small amount of Cyanide ruins a perfectly good glass of pure, mountain spring water. How much more if the glass is 99% poison and 1% water? The Retirement and Financial Planning industry is a good, pure glass of spring water....but the poisonous bad guys have ruined it for us all. It's time to take back what is ours and in this episode I show you where to begin.
In this powerful episode I introduce the MERIT Planning philosophy of financial and retirement planning. MERIT stands for Mortgage Plan, Estate Plan, Retirement Plan, Insurance Plan and Tax Plan. If all you do is pay attention to these five things, and how they work together, you can make amazing improvements to your investment and retirement strategies.