Cognitive Bias, Logical Fallacy, and How Brain Shortcuts Cost You Money

Cognitive Bias, Logical Fallacy, and How Brain Shortcuts Cost You Money

What would you say is the number 1 reason that people don’t achieve their financial goals? What do you think the greatest single threat to financial un-breakability is? It isn’t lack of information. It isn’t lack of motivation. It isn’t lack ability. It isn’t lack of resources. It isn’t the plethora of bad advice out […]

Ten Most Common Wealth Accumulation & Financial Planning Mistakes

Ten Most Common Wealth Accumulation & Financial Planning Mistakes

If your goal is to be financially unbreakable you want to avoid these 10 common mistakes. Procrastination. This is the biggest money mistake of all – putting off until tomorrow what should have been done yesterday. This is simply financial suicide on the installment plan. Failure to Establish an Overall Structure, Philosophy, or Process for […]

Do I Really Need Life Insurance?

Do I Really Need Life Insurance?

Here are 9 reasons you should buy life insurance: Replace lost income and guarantee the standard of living for your loved ones should you die too soon. Cover final burial/cremation expenses. Create or cement your legacy (your legacy could involve or be aimed at family, community, charity, church, almost anything that you want to be […]

Every Takeoff is Optional, Every Landing is Mandatory – Part 1

Every takeoff is optional

Every Takeoff is Optional, Every Landing is Mandatory – Part 1

There is a saying among pilots and aviation enthusiasts: “Every takeoff is optional, every landing is mandatory.” Financial planning is no different. Every opportunity must be scrutinized but the end result – maintaining a lifestyle to which you are accustomed and that meets your basic needs — is essential.       If your portfolio […]

The Three Core Principles of Investment, Financial, & Benefit Planning

The Three Core Principles of Investment, Financial, & Benefit Planning

Begin by protecting what you most need and value: Define your “risk of ruin”. Identify the risk of ruin factors. Utilize reasonable risk containment measures. Through appropriate risk transfer planning, reduce the risk of ruin to as near 0 as possible. From now on, when making any decision regarding a product or strategy: Determine the […]

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