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All information heard on Money Radio is intended to be general in nature and not intended as any form of recommendation to take a course of action. We try to discuss ideas that are relevant to retirement-minded individuals and try to help our listeners understand important topics, or to give them food for thought. No offer or advertisement is made for any security or specific insurance product. While we are happy to have you listening to our shows, listening to the show does not begin or form a relationship. That can only be initiated by a personal visit, where and when we can take the time to become acquainted. Never take any course of action regarding investments, annuities, life insurance, or taxes based solely on what you hear me talk about on the air. The time and space is brief, and your specific circumstances are the most important aspect to determine whether or not any financial concept is right for you.
We only render investment advice, recommendations or services after the following conditions have been met: 1. Delivery of our form ADV Part II. 2. Execution of an investment advisory and/or financial planning engagement letter. Sinclair Noe is an independent paid spokesperson, not affiliated with any IQ entity, who is paid for his voice talent, radio production skills and opinions only. He does not endorse any particular financial product, advisor or company. He is not an advisor or insurance agent and he is not compensated for any financial advice, investment or insurance products. Always make your decisions based solely on the merits of the investment itself, not because you may like a person or show. Thank you.
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Copyright 2014 by IQ Wealth Media, all rights reserved. Investment advisory services by IQ Wealth Advisory, LLC, a Registered Investment Advisor. Insurance services by IQ Wealth Management, a licensed insurance agency. All references to guarantees refer solely to the following: FDIC insured bank accounts; U.S. treasuries held directly by the investor; and/or fixed index annuities held to term. Guarantees on all insurance and annuity products rely on the claims-paying ability of the issuing insurer. Crediting formulas on annuities and riders may vary. Always compare. Annuities are not FDIC insured and surrender charges may apply. All information presented on "Mastering Money" is general and educational in nature. No statement made is intended as specific tax, legal or investment advice and no information about any investment is an offer or an advertisement to sell any security. Investments in real estate, equities, mutual funds and petroleum-drilling involve risk, including the substantial loss of principal. Not all investments are suitable for all investors and some require accredited investor status. Some guests may pay IQ Wealth Media for air time and Steve may also hold positions in some investments discussed. Therefore, he may be biased in his views. Sinclair Noe is an independent paid spokesperson, not affiliated with any IQ entity, who is paid for his voice talent, radio production skills and opinions only. He does not endorse any particular financial product, advisor or company. He is not an advisor or insurance agent and he is not compensated for any financial advice, investment or insurance products. Always make your decisions based solely on the merits of the investment itself, not because you like the person. In the case of securities, each investor has a responsibility to carry out personal due diligence to their satisfaction. An advisor can help, but the advisor may have a bias. Carefully read the private placement memorandum or the prospectus and be clear on the risks before you commit funds.
The CIS™ designation is a designation conferred upon candidates who complete a six month to one-year educational program focusing on fixed-income instruments, retirement and financial planning, annuities, taxes, Social Security, withdrawal plans, stretch IRAs and reverse mortgages.
The designation and its requirement are offered through the Institute of Business and Finance – founded in 1988. IBF is a nonprofit provider of financial education and designations to members of the financial services industry. IBF is the fourth oldest provider of financial certification marks in the United States.
The CIS™ certification involves four modules, five in-depth written and proxied exams, leading to the completion of a capstone, case-study financial plan. The text volumes are approximately To be awarded the designation, there is a requirement for mastery of intermediate to advanced knowledge in medicare, social security, annuities of all types, income taxes, addressing income shortfall, life insurance, home health care and reverse mortgages. The text volumes and required reading are approximately 500 pages. The designation requires continuing education and adherence to a code of ethics.
Investment securities and annuities are on opposite ends of the financial spectrum. We believe both can contribute to a well-balanced retirement portfolio. Each has its own benefits and limitations. Therefore, we maintain two divisions: securities and insurance. Fee-based investment advisory services are provided by IQ Wealth Advisory, LLC, a Registered Investment Adviser. Insurance and annuities are provided by IQ Wealth Management--Insurance Division.
Annuities are insurance-based financial vehicles designed not for growth but for income preservation and sustainability. Annuities are not FDIC insured and may have surrender charges for a period of time. Generally, a partial withdrawal of 5 to 10 percent is allowed annually, penalty free. The annuities we recommend waive all surrender charges upon death. All guarantees rely on the financial strength and claims paying ability of the issuing insurer. At IQ Wealth, our policy is to require at least 100 years of successful track records and strong ratings for any insurance company we recommend.
Income riders are a means to enhance the income benefits provided by the underlying annuity contract. A discussion regarding whether an annuity would meet your needs and objectives should take place, before deciding if an income rider is appropriate.
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