Posted on | October 17, 2010 | No Comments
This week Doug Andrew discussed the following:
Upcoming Free Webinar
Attend our free 90-minute webinar live over the Internet this coming Tuesday, October 19th at 11:00 a.m. pacific (12:00 p.m. mountain, 1:00 p.m. central, 2:00 p.m. eastern), and again at 6:30 p.m. pacific (7:30 mountain, 8:30 central, 9:30 eastern).
The topic is “True Asset and Wealth Optimization.” You’ll learn how to pick the right investments for liquidity, safety, rate of return and tax benefits.
All attendees receive a bonus hardcover copy of Last Chance Millionaire, Doug Andrew’s New York Times best-selling book.
Cut Back or Earn More
Middle-class Americans are playing it pretty smart right now. They’re not spending money they don’t have.
Since the recession began, Americans have cut their spending deeper than ever before, according to the Wall Street Journal. They’re buying less of everything except food.
Food prices are going up. The government says there’s no inflation, but consumers see it. Inflation hurts the poorest most, because they don’t have much wiggle room for spending.
While Americans cut back and sacrifice, our treasury secretary says the government hasn’t spent enough.
Our National Debt has grown from $11.7 trillion in January 2009 to over $13.5 trillion today. I’ve never seen the government successfully spend its way out of a recession, but they keep trying.
Taxes are going up. If the Bush tax cuts expire, it’ll amount to the biggest tax increase since they began the U.S. income tax.
Because of all of this deficit spending, most Americans will find themselves in 50 to 60 percent tax brackets in the next 10 to 15 years.
I can show you how to accumulate money tax-free, not tax-deferred or tax-as-earned. Every million you earn can generate $70,000 to $80,000 for retirement and you’ll never outlive it.
We spend so much time teaching kids how to make a living but we don’t teach them what to do with it. The average 35 year old has a net worth of $35,000. Your money should be earning more than you do by age 32.
I discourage people from using short-term investments for long-range goals and vice versa.
I address retirement planning, home management and the quickest and safest ways to get out of debt. I show people how to avoid the wrong investment strategies, like timing the market and relying on commodities.
The sooner you start avoiding these blunders, the sooner you’ll be on your way to a more abundant tomorrow.
Meet with a Missed Fortune advisor to get started planning your future.
Bonus Missed Fortune E-Book: Baby Boomer Blunders
The average Baby Boomer has less than $50,000 accumulated for retirement (which means many have less than that), primarily due to bad habits and having money invested in the wrong places where economic downturns can diminish their nest egg.
Download this e-book now at www.babyboomerblunders.com.