September 2, 2017 – Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg, Your Wealth Professor
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Doing nothing is the decision not to do something, and that gets you nowhere in a hurry. We just try and remind you that doing something, as little or as big as it may be, doing something is the proper plan. We’re here each week at this time, right here on WRR, to talk about the terms and the vocabulary, because the fear of the unknown and not talking about what we are uncomfortable with is natural.We don’t like to talk about it, because we don’t know enough about it to sound intelligent. We like to come here every week and remind you that it might be scary, and it might be fearful, but you can do something. You can do anything.
We’ve got some client stories we’re going to go over later in the show that Bryan has. He’s got a bunch of new clients lately, a bunch of our listeners to the show. We’re going to talk about some things that he’s finding out that people are bringing forward to him, and some of the other topics we’re going to talk about on segments today are, we’re going to lead off the show with annuities.
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