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Charlie Daniels once stated, “I’ve kept people employed for over 20 years and never missed a payroll.”  On Monday, July 6, 2020 Daniels went home and will no longer have to concern himself with meeting payroll. Credited with the rise of country music after he starred himself in the John Travolta movie “Urban Cowboy” back …

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Krish Dhanam joins the show today! Are some of George Orwell’s famous predictions coming true? Ignorance is Strength Freedom is Slavery War is Peace Foundations matter – and no less in the times we are living today. When you draw a line there is always a price to pay, but history shows that people who …

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Universal life insurance became a popular life insurance policy in the 1980s. These policies differ from the common term life insurance policies or whole life insurance policies. So what is universal life insurance? Read on to learn about what it is, how it differs from other policies, and the challenges with this type of policy. …

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Have you ever wondered, “Should I pay off my mortgage early?” Many homeowners ask this question because they want to get ahead financially.  My Mom and Dad paid off their first home in 5 years. They wrote a check and bought their second home with cash – a beautiful, 2 story brick home on 3 …

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Universal Life Insurance and especially Indexed Universal Life Insurance (IUL) is a relatively new type of insurance, and one which has created a lot of controversy. Some almost swear by it, others just as vehemently oppose it. Some like it because they say it allows them to still dabble in the market, while retaining a …

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According to the Social Security Administration, 90% of retired seniors depend on Social Security for at least one-third of their income.  More than 50% depend on Social Security for more than 90% of their income, and for unmarried persons, 45% depend on Social Security for 90% or more of their income.[1] Here’s the trap: One must …

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Originally called “old-age insurance protection”, Social Security was supposed to be a supplemental form of income for those who had not saved enough. Today Social Security has become the primary source of income for many retirees. Social Security gets the money it pays out by taxing people who are still working and also by taxing …

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We’ve probably all heard the term Becoming Your Own Banker. Why would anyone want to be a banker? Aren’t bankers the professionals? Why not just let them manage all the money? Today on WealthTalks Tom and John share some very interesting and astounding, numbers. At the end of this podcast you will not only realize …

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Several years ago, 4 of our family members decided to get a private pilot’s license.  In order to pass the FAA exam, to fly legally as a general aviation pilot, you must have a certain number of hours where a certified flight instructor sits beside you and teaches you how to maneuver a plane around …

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Back to the Basics

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A brilliant Chemist once said he enjoyed going back and teaching Chemistry 101. Why would he enjoy teaching something that was obviously elementary for him? The answer was simple. Going back to the basics for a time helped him be more creative when he went back to his other chemistry work. Today on Wealth Talks, …

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