Why Get Educated?

Have you ever seen the following pie chart? While most people “know what they don’t know” about protecting and growing their wealth, most people have no idea the vastness of what they “don’t know they don’t know.” That’s why this 10-module financial literacy course is so important.

Informed decisions

My goal as an educator is to make sure the advisors I train and mentor are capable of giving the “best advice” to their clients.

The reason I’ve written several books for consumers is so they don’t take what I would consider “bad advice” from the advisors they work with.

I want consumers to be able to make “informed decisions” when it comes to building and retaining wealth before and in retirement.

Lack of knowledge can cost you dearly!

Blindly taking bad advice from advisors can set you back 10+ years when it comes to saving for retirement.

Blindly taking bad advice from advisors can put your assets at risk to creditors.

Blindly taking bad advice from advisors means the likelihood that you won’t be able to retire on time or in the manner you’d like is significant.

The good news!

The good news is that once you are educated, you will be in a position to make “informed decisions” about building and protecting your wealth.

Once this happens you will feel empowered to make decisions you know will be in your best interest.

I can boldly state that if you go through this 10-module financial literacy course, you will be able to make better financial decisions.

The question isn’t whether you should get educated. The question is what are you waiting for?

Click here to get started right now! 

Roccy DeFrancesco, JD, CAPP, CMP
Founder, The Wealth Preservation Institute
Co-Founder, The Asset Protection Society