Special Reports Written By Keith Springer
Having a fiduciary duty requires an investment advisor, by law, to act in the best interest of their clients, always putting clients’ interests ahead of their own.
In this brief special report you’ll learn more about what a fiduciary is, why it’s important, and how to know if your advisor is one.
The financial planning process can be confusing and difficult, especially in retirement or as you are getting close. Your days as a gunslinger investor are over, or at least they should be. At this point you need the proper investment platform that matches the retirement master plan you have created for you and your family.
This report was picked up by Fortune Magainze and can also be viewed on their website.
This report was picked up by FOX News and can also be viewed on their website with the LIVE interview. Keith warns that most financial advisors are failing to address these 5 key areas. Published May 2014.
Jack and Denise, now 60 and 62, don’t plan to retire from their jobs at PG&E and AT&T respectively, for another 3-5 years. Yet, we were able to help both of them roll nearly $1 million each into their IRA’s (individual retirement account) using a little-known strategy, called the “In-service Rollover”.
Winning the retirement game – or not running out of money during your golden years – is what most people spend their lives working toward. The best starting point is to understand the three distinct phases of retirement. To begin, contemplate how your life has changed since money became important to you.