Is it time to use your 401K or what’s left of it to build or re-build the family fortune with a franchise investment? YES! It‘s high time we stop kidding ourselves and take control of our own financial security and stop allowing these so-called investment advisers from stealing our family’s fortunes through passive reactive investment vehicles. You can leverage your existing wealth, such as a 401K, by moving it from one line on your net worth statement to a new line titled ‘Value of Business Owned.’ You are then in control of that proactive investment, building your wealth back at a much higher rate of return than that of Wall Street.
So what about my career in Corporate America? Well let’s face the facts; careers as we once knew them are over. We are now in the midst of The New Career Economy?. What’s that you ask? Well, just turn on the news and it’s as plain as the nose on our faces. If you are not seeking a career of self sufficiency you will be hard pressed to create anything other than a mediocre income – not the lifestyle, wealth and equity combined with income like a business of your own will do.
The Nay Sayers are saying…a business is very risky…don’t do that… the market will bounce back. The investment advisers are all saying “don’t take those investments I manage for you, or mismanage for you and use them to manage your own wealth, that’s very risky.” Yes, but what about the risks you have already taken by depending on Corporate America and Wall Street. How has that worked for you? The only thing between you and you controlling your own Income, Lifestyle, Wealth and Equity is YOU. Isn’t about time you stopped the bleeding and get down to business with a business of you own?
So what do the majority of American say about the future of our economy??
Poll: Americans trust entrepreneurs, not politicians
When the pollsters at Zogby International asked the question, “Who will lead us to a better future?” there was a clear winner. “Small business and entrepreneurs” was cited by 63% of respondents — double the number of those citing government, and three times more than big business.