Family is what is important. When you put your family first, everything else will fall into place.
That has been my motto for the last two decades as I have helped people protect their physical and financial health not just for themselves but for those they love.
I have also spent my career working with the self-employed—owners of automotive repair shops, pool builders, flooring contractors, general contractors, attorneys, truck drivers, plumbers, teachers, and even a magician who came to me to work my magic to reduce his health-care premiums.
Being self-employed, I understand the difficulties of running a business. This is why I know it’s important to have a long-term financial plan. If something happens to you, who is going to run the business and make sure your family is taken care of?
When you are self-employed, you call the shots. You want to be there for your family when they need you. They depend upon you for their financial health, and my job is to ensure that your finances are in good order so that when retirement arrives, or should an unexpected tragedy occur, you family’s lifestyle will not be adversely affected.