Movie Announcement

Exciting news out about our October movie release.

“Coming out this October.

This “one of a kind” documentary explores the Dilemma facing Americans as they retire.

Over 30 top Phd’s, economists, whistleblowers, and government officials have been interviewed.

In fact, two Nobel Prize winners openly wanted to be involved and get this message out.

Something shocking came up during the filming…

Where top economists, PhD’s, and especially Nobel Prize Winners put their retirement assets.

Not where you might think.

They hold them in cash flow producing assets…and most of them hold them in assets that can provide a guaranteed income for life.

It added even more proof to basing your retirement on math and science to generate more income liberation and potentially the ability to spend more during those years…

And potentially never run out of pennies.

That is what my friend Ethan had to say about the movie.

I can’t wait to hear what you think about it.

More Details as they become available…


The Future Isn’t What it Used to Be…

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Producer inflation accelerated in August, as wholesale prices rose record 8.3% from a year ago

Prices that producers get for final demand goods and services surged in August at their highest annual rate since at least 2010, the Labor Department reported Friday. The producer price index accelerated 0.7% for the month, above the 0.6% Dow Jones estimate.

Interesting Strategy

Are Gifts to Children Tax-Deductible? Introducing CLATs

I am often asked if someone can take an income tax deduction for money they gift to their children. Unfor­tu­nately, gifts to individuals are not tax deductible: tax deduc­tions can only be taken for gifts to organi­za­tions on the IRS list of approved charities.

“I have imagined this moment for a long time. Is it real?”- Morpheus, ‘The Matrix Revolutions’ (2003)

‘Matrix 4’ trailer and title drops at CinemaCon

We now know more about the new “Matrix” sequel.

Surprise, Surprise…

Social Security won’t be able to pay full benefits by 2034

Social Security will have to cut benefits by 2034 if Congress does nothing to address the program’s long-term funding shortfall, according to an annual report released Tuesday by the Social Security and Medicare trustees.

A Recent Opinion…

The Baby Boomer Bond Dilemma

U.S. Treasuries have been the bonds of choice for safe retirement income. But they could deliver no real return for the next decade. Today’s record low bond yields could not come at a worse time for many baby boomers. Owning U.S.

“There can be only one.”

Meet Altos Labs, Silicon Valley’s latest wild bet on living forever

Skip to Content Funders of a deep-pocketed new “rejuvenation” startup are said to include Jeff Bezos and Yuri Milner. Last October, a large group of scientists made their way to Yuri Milner’s super-mansion in the Los Altos Hills above Palo Alto.

Podcast Archive, San Diego Radio KFMB 2019

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