19 Mar March 19, 2020 – Timeshares Fred Lanosa, Financial Planning April Schneider and Tax Acct Wayne Titus
If you are going to spend $2-3,000 per year on vacation, the average
is a little higher than that, if purchase points, the money used for vacation
is purchasing points, so you get the vacation and the points ownership.
At some point the points are paid for, and you vacation for pennies.
Fred Lanosa shares in his best-selling book valuable insight on what exactly vacation points are and how to maximize the use of a vacation timeshare. Fred brings his 30 plus years of expertise and knowledge in the timeshare industry of helping thousands of families better understand the concept of timeshare points, or vacation points, and how they might benefit you. His passion is to help people dispel the timeshare rhetoric, myths, and rumors.
April Schneider – Financial Expert & Head of Consumer and Small Business Products, Bank of America
Talking about savings at a young age, really sets people up for success!
April Schneider is the head of Consumer and Small Business Products at Bank of America. Her team is responsible for delivering the products and services that help Bank of America’s 66 million consumer and 3.5 million small business clients meet their financial goals. Schneider’s team consists of approximately 800 employees across the country. America Saves Week and Bank of America are encouraging people around the country to make a commitment to save at AmericaSavesWeek.org. Just 49% of Americans believe they’re saving enough to achieve their financial goals — there’s never been a better time to examine your savings behavior and commit to a healthy financial future.
Wayne Titus – Founder of AMDG Financial and Author of The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Financial Well-Being
The integration of tax, financial, and investment strategy is
very important for entrepreneurs. Many times outside experts
are in silos.
Wayne B. Titus founded AMDG Financial and AMDG Business Advisory Services in 2002 based on his 15 years’ experience at two large accounting firms working with Fortune 50 clients. He focused on entrepreneurship to make a bigger impact on people’s lives. As a fee-only fiduciary adviser, his loyalty is to his clients: he places their interests ahead of his own or his firm’s. With assets of more than $150 million, AMDG Financial integrates tax, financial and investment strategies to help clients make financial and life transitions successful on purpose. The company’s credo is, “From financial wisdom, better stewardship.”