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Now displaying: Category: Life and Finances
Apr 20, 2021

Cancel Culture isn’t anything new. Although the name has changed over the years the selfish ideas and beliefs behind it have remained the same.

Cancel Culture and Critical Theory thinking, a hideous blend of Marxism and Freudianism, is seriously endangering our Western Society.

Today on Wealth Talks, Tom and John discuss Cancel Culture and what we can do to guard against it.

Dec 4, 2018

13 years ago we came home to Robbers in our House. What we learned, would change our Life and Financial Thinking forever

It was a dark, drizzling dreary November evening 13 years ago, when we came home to Robbers in our house!👺

 

They got away with many things…some which you can never replace. The cleanup process was emotional, but also helped change our thinking. For example: If the thief didn’t take _____, is it really as valuable as we think?

 

During the cleanup process, Michele ran across a letter that ended up introducing us to Participating Whole Life Insurance and complimentary wise money management strategies.

In the financial world, you can be robbed without realizing it until later in life. Fees, taxes, and inflation all take a bite out of your pie.

The average Rate of Return on Social Security is only about 1.23%. Sometimes investments aren’t any better.

 

Listen to this episode for the full story and learn how you can improve your strategies on life and building wealth WITHOUT getting robbed.

 

Resource Links:

Visualize a $100,000 investment earning 6% for 30 years MINUS Fees, Taxes and Inflation

Watch Attorney Lee Phillips on how to build a strong Legal Foundation

ROR on Social Security is only 1.23% - Article on FoxBusiness

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