Mark your calendar, as we host leading tax specialist, best-selling author and Retire With Purpose Podcast guest, David McKnight, for a FREE educational event based around his world-renowned book, The Power of Zero.
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
The Summit - 1025 W Rudisill Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN 46807
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With the safety of our guests and staff in mind, this event has been reduced in capacity to ensure that we can adhere to advanced distancing guidelines.
Elevate your retirement with the 0% tax bracket
The clock is ticking for today’s retirees. Traditional distribution strategies can no longer stand the test of time because of two reasons: You’re living longer than ever before, and a dramatic rise in taxes is predicted within the next decade. How can you ensure your lifelong savings last the long run? In his presentation, you will learn:
📌 Why many experts say tax rates could potentially double within the next 10 years
📌 How to utilize David's step-by-step process for minimizing tax risk in your retirement through the zero percent tax bracket
📌 How withdrawals from IRAs could cause you to lose up to one-third of your Social Security
Don't miss this event if you have retirement investments such as 401(k)s, CDs, IRAs, stocks, bonds, fixed annuities, insurance policies, or real estate.In the event tax rates double, this is your ticket to keeping more hard-earned dollars in your pocket.
Over the past 20 years, David McKnight has dedicated his career to helping Americans on the road to the zero percent tax bracket. As the President of David McKnight & Company, he mentors hundreds of financial advisors across the country who specialize in the Power of Zero retirement approach.
David has made frequent guest appearances in Forbes, USA Today, The New York Times, CNBC, Fox Business, and numerous other national publications. His best-selling book, The Power of Zero, reached the number two most-sold business book in the world. It was also turned into a full-length documentary film, featuring U.S. academic economists and fiscally conservative politicians.