Finally, The Truth About Annuities!
Traverse City, MI. – Financial Advisor Michael Reese reaches out to clients and the community to inform them of the benefits and dangers of owning annuities.
Reese advises that annuities can be a great “safe money asset” to own.
“Banks sell them, brokerage house representatives sell them, the guy who insures your car can probably sell them, too,” said Michael Reese, Founder of Centennial Wealth Advisory. “But the real question is, are annuities any good for you, your money and your retirement? And if they are good, who is qualified to find you the right one for your unique retirement planning situation?”
When consumers are considering an annuity, it is essential that they get complete disclosure in order to make an informed decision.
Variable annuities, lifetime immediate annuities and indexed annuities all have their pros and cons that may not be visible to the naked eye.
“Don’t buy into an offer that defies logic,” said Reese. “A good safe money advisor will know how to ladder annuities and help you find the best option after carefully considering the benefits and costs to each one.”
For more information on how Michael Reese can help, please visit www.michael-reese.com.
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About Michael Reese:
Michael Reese is the founder of Centennial Wealth Advisory and is a Certified Financial Planner™, Chartered Financial Consultant, and a Chartered Life Underwriter. Reese has been cited in numerous industry publications for his expertise on retirement planning, including Yahoo! Finance, Bankrate, and US News & World Reports. Reese is also the host of “The Michael Reese Show,” which airs every Saturday at 9:00 a.m. on NBC.
Reese assists other financial advisors throughout the country as the featured educator at Advisor’s Excel’s “IRA College” in Topeka, Kansas. At the “IRA College”, Reese teaches top financial advisors throughout the country a number of tax planning strategies that he uses to significantly reduce the taxation on his client’s retirement plans.