2 Tips to Getting the Most out of Retirement

2 Tips to Getting the Most out of Retirement

Doug Andrew established his financial practice in 1974 and quickly established a reputation as a trusted and passionate financial strategist.

In 1982, Doug and his wife, Sharee, experienced a “defining moment” that changed their lives forever. They went from a six-figure income and owning their dream home to financially losing their house and starting over again.

This experience changed not only the way Doug and Sharee handled their own finances but also the advice Doug gave to his clients.

He no longer took all traditional financial advice as fact — he adamantly refused to “follow the crowd” with his money just because everyone else was doing it. Instead, he delved into extensive research to uncover sound financial alternatives.

He’s shared his unique philosophy with thousands of people, many of whom tried to find financial independence on their own.

What he found was when people saved, people had one foot on the gas and one foot on the brake.

They would be eager to save as much as possible for retirement…

But would go about it in ways that would hinder them on the way to retirement.

Today, he goes over two major contributors to stifling your retirement.

See what he has to say by clicking below…

With purpose,

Patrick Gentempo

Patrick Gentempo