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Mark Triplett and Troy Westendorf, Announce New Podcast on The Business Innovators Radio Network called “The 15 Minute Financial Feast Podcast.”

About their podcast, Mark and Troy explain, “this podcast focuses on 15 Minute Segments to help teach you how to retire with purpose, on time. We believe that an enjoyable and lasting retirement is dependent on securing sustainable income. It is a shame to see someone work their entire life only to end up worried and anxious in retirement because they did not plan to replace their paycheck with income they cannot outlive. Your desired lifestyle is reliant on your ability to maximize your guaranteed income sources such as: Social Security, Pension, and additional lifetime income from personal savings. Outliving your money is not an option.” 

 

 

Mark and Troy continued, “We’re likely to introduce you to strategies that other financial firms won’t. That is because they either don’t understand them or don’t align with their firm’s financial objectives. It’s our belief that your retirement savings should be maximized for your benefit, not ours or that of our company. You deserve clarity, transparency, and the comfort of owning an income stream that will last as long as you do regardless of economic conditions.”

Learn more about Triplett Westendorf Financial Group and listen to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and the Business Innovators Radio Network – click here

 

 

About the Triplett Westendorf Financial Group 

The Triplett Westendorf Financial Group specializes in working with professionals, as well as those individuals at or nearing retirement. Their clients appreciate quality education and demand a firm that places a high value on proper planning. Helping them grow their wealth is one thing; turning it into income the right way is another.  Using the PT5 Planning Process, the Triplett-Westendorf Purpose and Timeline 5 Step Planning Process (PT5) begins with Discovery. Understanding where they are now, and then defining where they want to go (Purpose) and when they want to get there (Timeline), programs their financial GPS. 

 

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