Tell 'Em That's My Money You'Re Messing With!

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Tell 'em "That's MY Money You're Messing With" is an invaluable resource for anyone who plans on one day retiring or who is already retired. It contains the fiduciary practices from The Center For Fiduciary Studies at The University of Pittsburgh making it an invaluable report for:
  • All 401(k) participants; who unwittingly may be subjected to an employer's negligence, resulting in a hidden yet large loss to their portfolios.
  • All employers who ...
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Overview

Tell 'em "That's MY Money You're Messing With" is an invaluable resource for anyone who plans on one day retiring or who is already retired. It contains the fiduciary practices from The Center For Fiduciary Studies at The University of Pittsburgh making it an invaluable report for:
  • All 401(k) participants; who unwittingly may be subjected to an employer's negligence, resulting in a hidden yet large loss to their portfolios.
  • All employers who have delegated the 401(k) responsibilities to other professionals, believing they have abdicated their fiduciary responsibility.
  • Most Important; All seniors who wish to safely stay ahead of inflation.

Author Gordon Bell AIFATM brings over 35 years of consumer research experience, going behind the "Hidden Data Line" to reveal what are essentially trade secrets. In a clear easy to understand language, Bell points out the steps that define prudence leading to a more secure and affluent retirement. Tell 'em "That's MY Money You're Messing With", reveals a litany of fiduciary concerns that can lead to getting market like returns with no risk of principal, reducing taxes to 1.5%, and owning long-term care insurance without the costly premiums etc.

Tell 'em "That's MY Money You're Messing With" is a useful resource for anyone contemplating retirement, no matter their current status.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595324200
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/23/2004
  • Pages: 264
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2004

    If Most of What You Knew About Retirement Funding Was Wrong;When Would You Want To Know About It?

    The University of Pittsburgh's Center for Fiduciary Studies is just one of the sources of this dynamic report about untold risk and mismanagement of our retirement funds. No matter your success you are GUARANTEED to discover at least one lifestyle and income protection strategy about which no one is telling you, that will dramatically enhance your retirement. We all want to enhance and never lose our quality lifestyle due to inflation or investment loses. And we don¿t want to outlive our funds, yet the harsh reality is: just one shortfall in your retirement affairs can potentially trigger a litany of severe consequences. Learn the secrets that professional investors have just begun to discover; over 50 fiduciary possibilities; such as reducing taxes to as low as 1.5%; transferring all investment risk to a third party while still remaining linked to market growth; and owning long-term care insurance without costly premiums and much more. ...

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