During the interview, LM “Stamp” Stamper discusses the extraordinary value proposition he provides women over 40 to help them properly plan for retirement.
Stamp says, ” We believe everyone should be able to live the retirement they’ve always wanted. Our team of professionals can help you create a well-thought-out strategy, using a variety of strategies and services designed to help you address your financial needs and concerns.”
Listen to the interview on the Business Innovators Radio Network
The interview covers these questions:
- How women can grow money tax free
- How to pay for kids’ college tuition
- How to transfer their wealth using a financial vehicle banks put THEIR money in for over 100 years
- How do the 1% pay so little in taxes?
Stamp continued, “The emphasis around the college financial aid is all based on the expected family contribution, which is EFC. Assets such as cash savings, checking accounts, the net worth of investments, business, and/or investment play a factor in figuring out EFC. This determines how much a family has to contribute towards the financial aid, but money or cash value inside a life insurance policy is not considered as part of the EFC contribution. So if you’re looking down the line and you utilize life insurance as an asset, it can help you when it comes to college savings.”