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Wouldn’t it be great if we could have a radiologist read our finances from an MRI and tell us what’s working and what’s not? Well, we can.

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Do you wear a white coat?

  • Did you know you could have a lawsuit target on you just because you look wealthy?
  • If you get sick or hurt, what does your current disability insurance policy actually pay for? Your job is to think critically. Chances are, your disability policy might not cover that.
  • You’re trying to balance work and family life. Your finances shouldn't interfere.

Do you own a business?

  • Do you want to keep the business going for the next generation? Do you think that’s just going to happen on its own?
  • Are your key employees loyal? Really, are they truly loyal enough to stay, no matter what?
  • Can your business operate without you?
  • Do you have both children AND a partner? Who will ultimately get your business, your kids or your partner’s kids?

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