Q: Ok, so during the first year with Tardus we learn about the Income Snowball, what happens after that?
What happens after that depends on your goals and how soon you want to achieve those goals. Some clients just want to continue working their Snowball and might not have a desire or resources to get into rental properties or other advanced strategies. That is what the Tardus University is for, to help people keep on track with their Snowball, once they have it going.
Then, for clients that want to expand and accelerate their Snowball, there is the Money-Wise Pro level. This is getting into the more strategic strategies like purchasing rental properties for cash, going for not only the additional positive cash flow, but for the added benefits of reducing tax liabilities so you can keep more of your own money! This level is also where you can take advantage of the professional recommendations from Tycon Properties and look at restructuring your 401Ks and IRAs to free up even more money to accelerate your Snowball!
The VIP level is where you can totally accelerate your Snowball. This level is also where you can take advantage of th enew strategies and techniques to accelerate your Snowball! At the VIP level, you will be able to take advantage of special investments and professional strategies recommend by pre-screened financial planners, who will help you take your Income Snowball to the next level.
Let me illustrate the differences this way. The old Tardus America taught people how to pay off a 30 year mortgage in half the time, in fifteen years with a simple sweep account. With the Income Snowball, you can pay off a 30 year mortgage in five to eight years, cutting the time in half again. With the VIP level strategies, you are looking at paying off a 30 year mortgage in two to four years!
So now that you know what is possible using your Snowball to build your future wealth, it is time to redefine and refocus on what you really want to achieve in life and when. Your coach is there to help you! Remember that money is not the end goal, money is just a tool. What do you really want to achieve in your life if money was not a problem?