I have made a lot of mistakes in my life, and I have made some very good decisions. I have learned that experience is the slowest most unforgiving teacher one will ever experience. Experience costs time and time is not promised. So I have learned to benefit from the experience of others.
I am the President of my own company. I am in financial services. We offer educational lectures that cover several financial topics and I do inspirational (motivational) speaking.
“Warning-do you know the 10 questions you must ask a financial adviser before hiring them!”
Aurora, Illinois-the decision to hire a financial planner or advisor to help you with your money has always been a good idea. However, when it comes to selecting the right one for you this is where most people find themselves confused, frustrated and feeling like they’re taking a stab in the dark! After all, who has ever taught you how to choose the right one?
It’s a tough choice for most, because you know in our high school or college courses there was nothing about financial planning to secure our financial well-being, let alone how to pick the right team of professionals to help you out! People are scared and nervous, wondering things like; how do I know this person is any good? What should I look for? What kinds of questions should I ask? When should I believe their great claims, and know what’s real or not? Will this person rip me off? How much say do I have when it comes to making the best decisions with my money? Will I have all the options to weigh before being convinced to do something? Will this person continue to properly monitor and update my financial planning? And the list goes on!
An informed person can avoid the problems mentioned above, key word “informed”!
I have tried my best to clean up some pretty bad financial situations. More than you could imagine. Unfortunately, many of those people were beyond my ability to help them. You see, time plays a critical role when it comes to financial planning; the more time you have to implement a plan, the better the results.
I have gotten angry about this situation so, I wrote a book entitled “Ask The Right Questions…Get The Right Answers”, to give ammunition to consumers! I go through four major areas of financial preparation that can be used in all 50 states! I believe that an informed consumer is the best weapon against bad financial advice!
This book is written as a guide and is intended to equip the reader with some basic information concerning financial preparation. There are many questions to be asked and answered. It is a right of every American to lower their tax burden as much as legally possible and to pass on to their family, church or charity as much as they see fit and not lose sleep because of what the market is or isn’t doing or if they are dealing with the next Bernie Madoff! The goal therefore is not how much we make but how much we keep. I have seen some bad advice and I have seen some good, more bad than good which is the reason for this book. In my opinion; there is no rate of return worth risking your life savings for! Get your copy of “Ask The Right Questions…Get The Right Answers” NOW!