Estate Planning- Are your Affairs in Order?

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Life can take unexpected twists and turns, with just the latest example being the death of Prince, who inexplicably died with no will and no plan. One moment you can see the road ahead, and then in a blink of an eye the unexpected can change your entire future. "Estate Planning- Are Your Affairs in Order" addresses real-life examples proving just how quickly a person's future can change when unforeseen changes in health and circumstance take hold of their life.  This show will explore the two ways that you can move forward when the unthought-of becomes reality.  The first road, travels into uncharted territory: everything you stand to lose, and the disorder that can ensue if your affairs are left undetermined, Or the second road is traveled with a well-defined road map: showing you what you stand to gain, and how you can protect both your assets and your family when you have a well-organized estate plan in place...   "Estate Planning- Are Your Affairs in Order" will give you a clear vision to plan your future. | Jun 04, 2016

Can You Handle the Truth?

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Back by popular demand special guest Former US Comptroller General and head of the Government Accountability Office David Walker creates an spectacular discussion of American politics and its impact on our economic future.  Listen as he provides his insight into the true state of our nations financies, the truth about social security and what needs to be done to put our nation's finances back in order. Learn what has put our nation in peril, and what each of us must do to right the ship and save America for our children and grandchildren.    

The author of “Comeback America Turning the Country Around and Restoring Fiscal Responsibility” and Founder and CEO of Comeback America Initiative, Mr. Walker served over nine years as the seventh Comptroller General of the United States and Head of the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) until March 12, 2008.  During his tenure as Comptroller General, he led a major transformation effort to improve the visibility, viability and performance of the GAO. As Comptroller General, Mr. Walker was also an outspoken and non-partisan advocate for addressing the major fiscal and other national sustainability and government transformation challenges facing the United States. | May 28, 2016