Kathleen Turton, Family Law Attorney, Ward & Turton PLLC
Murphy’s Law is a series of epigrams of which the most famous is “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.” Besides this most famous saying, there are many other witty and pointed statements, often with a clever twist in thought, that are worth considering when one analyzes how he approaches his personal finances. For example,
- A shortcut is the longest distance between two points.
- Everyone has a scheme for getting rich that will not work.
- In order to get a loan, you must first prove you don’t need it
Because I help people have financial freedom, by implementing the “Private Reserve Strategy” as the foundation of all other economic movements, I often hear, “This seems too good to be true.” According to Murphy’s Law, if it seems too good to be true, it probably is.
However, when you think about what I do, it is only “good” because I teach an individual how to have control. Until they met me, most folks have no idea how much financial power they have.
What I teach clients about and the strategies and systems we employ, actually takes a lot of effort. Because I teach economic principles and truths that work regardless of what life may bring, it is indeed, “good” and it is, indeed, “true.”
So think about what the majority of financial planners offer, “If you trust me, give me your money and I will put it in a box and you don’t have to do anything but this box will grow huge for you to access many years later.” How much more complicated is the message? How involved did you get, really? And what about all the other dollars in your system – the dollars you spend to finance cars, pay for taxes, send your kids to private schools, take a family vacation – do you have a plan to recapture these dollars or is the box your financial advisor growing for you going to be big enough to cover everything today AND tomorrow?
Now tell me, what system is too good to be true?
So, let’s examine these Murphy’s Law epigrams when you consider what most US citizens have as their wealth “strategy” which is, “I have an investment guy and he manages my money,” money which accounts for maybe 5% to 10% of one’s overall family income and is all tied up in securities products:
- Left to themselves, things tend to go from bad to worse.
- Build a system that even a fool can use, and only a fool will use it.
When you are ready to take control of your finances, your purchases, your investments, your taxes, your growth, and when you are ready to start a system that is sustainable and flexible and that you understand how to work within, when you are ready for more, contact me and let’s start learning some macro-economic principles which can dramatically alter the course of the rest of your life and that of your loved ones.