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The Secrets of the Wealthy Podcast

Have you ever wondered why the rich get richer and others don't? Could it be that a small percentage of the population pay others to find, study and execute on legal loopholes that exist in our financial lives and make it easier for them to prosper? The answer is a resounding YES. This is The Secrets of the Wealthy Podcast with John Mints. John has spent a lifetime researching and mastering the financial loopholes that he believes should be available to everyone. Join us as we explore different strategies that help you get farther faster towards building and enjoying a prosperous retirement.


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15. 401(k) vs Roth IRA

In this episode, John Mints fills you in on some myths about 401(k)s and warns not to get trapped into paying unexpected taxes. He explains the importance of understanding which account is right for you and describes Roth IRAs.

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14. Your Inheritance May Be In Danger

In this episode, John Mints shares his thoughts about these proposed bills. With this potential, increased government spending, this generation and future generations could be subject to extra taxes on inheritances and retirement plans.

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13. What Secrets? Part 2

In part two of this two-part series, John Mints discusses more of the financial decisions that may be holding you back from growing your wealth. He breaks down the final secrets, and shares who you should be taking your financial advice from.

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12. What Secrets?

In this episode, John Mints talks about how you can start measuring your goals to increase your success rate within your portfolio. Living paycheck to paycheck means that you are lacking a plan and budget, and it’s time to start addressing these landmines and learning how to avoid them and make better financial decisions.

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