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How to Invest
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How do you know which investment is sound and which is not? How do you know if the plan you enroll into is comprehensive? Can the quote be customized for you?
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“I still have trouble believing that my client was only making 1% on CD’s,” said John Oliver Frederick, a leading authority and financial advisor for investment alternatives. Like most people, she was convinced there are really no safe alternatives that would yield more. John has just released a report called “WHAT!” to help the average investor earn higher interest rates without riding the roller coaster stock market or gambling on risky get-rich quick schemes. The bottom line is that most people put their money into banks because they want safety for their future and protection for their nest eggs. What they do not know is that there are safe alternatives that pay higher returns and have tax advantages as well.

At the mention of an investment alternative that provides tax advantages, John points out two mistakes that his clients make:

a) Listening to the advice of friends and family without further research.
b) Not exploring the tax advantages of certain investments.

One elderly client attended a financial advisory meeting where she learned that nursing homes are entitled to $50,000 of her money before eligibility for assistance and that her finances would be reviewed the previous five years. With a promise that she and her husband made to take care of each other with the help of their son, she still felt compelled to protect and invest her IRA with a company with more lucrative dividends.

Please note that she had been dealing with banks for years, and was simply stunned to find out that there are far better alternatives than 1% CD’s even though they she was being charged over 15% on her credit card. They did not care that she had been a loyal customer for years. The sad truth is that this situation is not uncommon. “The bottom line is most people put their money into banks for safety and fear of the uncertainty of the stock market. However, there are safe alternatives that pay better returns and have tax advantages,” asserts John Oliver Frederick.

For more advice on safe investment alternatives, call 866-528-0629 or email John at for his latest report free of charge.