• Stephen Fehnert


1. You're fed up with low interest rates and want your money to work harder.

2. You're about to receive a windfall.

3. You're not sure you'll have enough money in retirement.

4. You've got a regular monthly income to invest.

5. You want to leave a legacy to your family.

6. You're considering starting or expanding your business.

7. Others rely on you. How would your family cope if you were seriously ill or if you died?

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