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What if I told you there was an investment tool that allowed you to save money for retirement, allowed the money to grow tax-free, and that the income generated during retirement was also tax-free?  You would probably think it was too good to be true or you might ask what the “catch” was.  If you […]

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Feature Interview – Life Insurance and Alzheimer’s

by TheProAdvisor on February 7, 2011

This article featuring Ryan Pinney (TheProAdvisor) was originally written by Karen Caffarini of Life Quotes, Inc. (LifeQuotes.com).  To see the entire article click on the logo belo Article Summary: Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease of the brain that strips its victim of the ability to communicate, perform simple tasks and remember loved ones.  According to […]

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Higher Taxes and Reduced Benefits are Your Future

October 19, 2010

I want you to honestly ask yourself two questions: First, are taxes likely to be higher or lower in the future? Second, are government benefits likely to be larger or smaller in the future? I think most Americans would agree that based on the current economic situation and government spending, that taxes must rise in […]

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Feature Interview – Hope for the best, plan for the worst

August 3, 2010

Interview with Heather Wagenhals of the Unlock Your Wealth Radio program – Interview starts at 74:oo and runs about 30 minutes. To hear the entire interview click on the logo below: Interview Summary: “Hope for the best, plan for the worst” with Heather and Ryan Pinney (TheProAdvisor) discusses the important roll insurance plays in financial […]

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Feature Interview – How to salvage your retirement accounts

August 2, 2010

Radio interview with Chicago’s Money Smart Radio program and host Matthew Sapaula – Interview starts at 9:59 and runs about 10 minutes. To hear the entire interview click on the logo below: (Note the interview date is 6.11.2009 – make sure you click the right date.) Interview Summary – Not sure how to salvage what […]

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Feature Article – How to get life insurance when you’re HIV-positive

August 2, 2010

This article featuring Ryan Pinney (TheProAdvisor) was originally written by Michelle Matlock (Life Quotes, Inc.) for GOArticles.com.  To see the entire article click on the logo below: Article Summary: Although there have been medical advancements that have helped to prolong the lives of HIV patients, finding life insurance coverage for HIV infected individuals continues to […]

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The Complex Web of Estate Planning – Probate, Wills, Trusts, and Directives.

July 20, 2010

Many hold the widespread misconception that estate planning is a subject of interest only to the wealthy.  The reality is that estate planning is a larger process consisting of the use of legal tools like wills, trusts, and directives to determine what happens to you, who gets your assets, and how they get them during […]

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Sharing Important Financial Information with Loved Ones.

April 19, 2010

I recently had an interesting conversation with my wife.  It centered on the need to have a predetermined and reliable way to communicate important financial information with each other.  As you may remember from my earlier post, Filing a Tax Extension – Making It Work & Avoiding Penalties – I had concluded that my wife […]

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Death Benefit

September 25, 2009

Death Benefit – The amount of a protection, called coverage, provided by a life insurance policy or the amount of money received at the death of the insured by the beneficiary(s).

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Life Insurance

September 25, 2009

Life Insurance – Insurance to be paid to a beneficiary when the insured dies.

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