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"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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04:51 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And before we started the before we got on the air, seven hour chatting and certainly 20 years ago. Pretty incredible times And I think we all remember this. I can hear you. The rest of the world hears you. And the and the people who knocked the buildings down will hear all of us. And I think you know we can all picture George W. Bush, standing on top of the big pile of rubble on the side of the twin towers and 9 11 and all of that, Stephanie and this is it's amazing that that was 20 years ago. That's before you even started Fullerton Financial because you did that, three years later in 2000 and four I guess your thoughts I know politics and all of that. I mean this I don't know how to use your phrase this, but I mean, just the time the Taliban Al Qaeda. Whoever, uh mean is a terrible thing in our history, but manager polled a lot of people together. Yeah. You know, I have to tell you, I remember specifically, uh, also our president at the time standing on all of that, Um Rubble. And but I also remember and I saw, uh, desire. I wish we could see this again. All of our you know Congress legislation standing on the Supreme Court steps and maybe it was the Capitol steps. I just remember them standing on the steps United and I think they were singing God bless America if I'm not mistaken. What an incredible time in our history to see our country come together such an incredible loss and humongous loss. Even as I listen to that recording of like you say of 9 11. It almost puts chills up my spine to think of the devastation that we witnessed as a country and pray that we never have to witness that again. So my heart does go out to all the families loved ones. The people that were so affected and continue are affected by it. And just pray, you know, God. It's peace in our country, So yes, it's a somber day. If you'd like to sit down and talk about where you are on your road to retirement with Stephanie in the team at Fullerton Financial, there is no cost. There's no obligation. There's no pressure. There's no judgment, either. We've all made mistakes. Southern Stephanie 809 479522 is the number 809 47. 95 20 to 1 final question. We've got a little over a minute left and you know, there's a lot of Medicare things going on. We're open enrollment is what October 15 through December. 7th where you can make some changes with your Medicare coverage and Congress is talking about adding in Herring envision and all and dental that have not been in there before. Which is hard to believe. Any thoughts. I mean, you've got Medicare people there to help right? You know, we do. We partnered with an incredible team here that helps people look at options. They take the work out of it. Actually, for people they've done on the whole work. They've gone out and done all of the vetting and looking at and what are the best options and then we present them to clients helping them make the right choice. So we do. Look at that. You know, mark any retirement? We want to be smart about it. We want to take a look at you know, whatever Sources of income are going to be in retirement. We want to look at the medical. How do we look at Medicare? What type of options make the best you know Options for us. You know? How do we look at asset allocations where the proper allocations that we should be putting our portfolios now to address retirement? We want to look at risk. How are we going to assess risk? You know, do we have too much going into retirement or not enough? And mark Taxes, taxes are going up. These are all things as we're looking at retirement. We want to be smart about the way that will retirement. And this is how we're going to help you Today We're going to help you look at the medical options. You know, Medicare. What are the right supplements to take? Should you take supplements? What It's the government adding in what are they taken away? How do we look at market volatility? What is the risk? These are the things that we're going to help you understand? That's why today on our show. We want you to give us a call. We want you to call 800. 9479522 and let us help you with sound strategies to help you retire with smart choices. It's no obligation it's free. So give us a call at 800. 9479522. So we're just getting started on the show today. The fortune Financial Our with Stephanie Fullerton, where your retirement dreams begin. We've got a lot more to get to stay with us. Remember that first paycheck. When you started working all those years ago, you were finally out on your own earning money. You look at the net amount and thought. Whoa, what happened here? It could be this way with your retirement accounts. You know how much you've saved. But if you haven't planned for Uncle Sam, you could.

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"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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05:02 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Been doing the seminars that are being offered every week. You find out when and where and how to sign up for those right on the website fullerton FP dot com. All right, Stephanie, would you say this when you have people come in or call? They asked questions would be my just my right. They ask them questions or concerns correct. Absolutely. All right. Would you say, though, that when a married couple, for example, gets into retirement? That they really have big decisions to make. And it's kind of a big game of would you rather you probably play. Would you rather with your grandkids, right? I love that game. All right, So we're gonna play a little game of Woody rather with Stephanie here in our final segment Now I always like to have fun. Stephanie is a serious focused, you know, Entrepreneur runs your own company is helping thousands of people across the valley. But I'd like to have a little fun. So I want to start the first question of our would you rather game today. With this, Would you? Stephanie Fullerton, rather have unlimited pasta for life or and I think it's an easy answer. Unlimited tacos for life. Ah! Okay, That's a hard one. Uneasy. Well, it's so easy. Yeah, absolutely wasn't easy. That was an easy one. Because I like Italian. Okay, tacos, the tacos. You can have tacos. Lunch, breakfast dinner. Anytime. Tacos are great. Okay, fine. I don't think I could do pasta breakfast. I could use lunch and dinner with pasta. But tacos. I could do it all the time. So All right. So you're one for one. Congratulations. Now the rest of these, though I want you to think about your own retirement to we'll ask Stephanie these questions because these are some of the decisions are going to have to make when you get into retirement, So let's say you and Steve are going to retire, okay? Would you rather spend your retirement living in your own home? Or would you rather move to a retirement community and I'm going to give you a caveat with that? Do you think that answer to that question changes? That's a 65 or 80. Okay, so defined when you say retirement community are you talking about, like a retirement community? Yeah, we're just living. You know, you're in Sun City west. You're in Sun City west. Yeah, you could be in the absolutely Easy, Easy, easy, easy. I want the retirement community and I'll tell you why. Mark what I love about retirement communities, and I see this all the time with my clients. They will retire and retirement communities and in these communities, everybody is God. They don't have the Seen it fences up. They want to be friends. They what the community they want to golf together. They want to play cards together. They want to meet at the club. I love the communities that are being built inside of these retirement communities. So for me, that's very easy. I want to enjoy the retirement community and all the amenities that come with it. And no yard work. Well, for most part, for most part, I guess it depends. Like I said, depends. There's different levels of all of those. Yeah, Yeah, All right, all right. I'm good with that. So here's my point, these kind of questions because I think a lot of people go. Oh, well, Fortune financial planning. It's all about money. You're not your relationship based company. You're about helping people and things will change down the line. So we've got to be able to adjust the retired plane. You've talked about that. On the program today as well, that this is really these are the kind of questions you really enjoy delving into with people not so much about. Hey, you've got this stock and that bond and that, you know for life insurance or annuity or what have you The tools are important. No question because I create our income, But it's these are the questions that are more about life. Yes, yeah, you know, mark just this week. I love it that you segued weight into that because you had Here's Here's what I want to say. This week. I'm sitting down with a gentleman and You know, he begins telling me about his relationship with his advisor Back in Chicago, he says something. It's not a big deal that he's in Chicago. You know, we jump on the phone, we jump on Zoom and, you know, today's modern technology makes it easier. It feels like it's across the street. He goes, But, you know, maybe I talked to him once a year. And so if he happens to be in Arizona, golfing Holcomb and say, Hey, do you want to go? He does, But I tell you what, I really miss Because I missed that relationship. I miss sitting down and just visiting and talking. And, you know, I began talking to him. I said, What does he do for you? He began kind of laying it out. Well, you know, he'll call me and say, Well, what do you think about this? Or what do you think about that? Because it really what I'm looking for. Is Stephanie for him to call me and say, Hey, John, have you have you thought about taxes? Have you thought about taking those 41 case in those iris and have you thought about doing some conversions? You know? Hey, John, Have you thought about maybe contributing just what your company is matching in that 41 K and then taking the remaining of that money and let's focus on how to be tax efficient in retirement to create some tax free income streams. You know, I began listening out the things in his advisor had not talked to him about he and that talked to him about the importance marked the importance of avoiding probate to be fully, you know, have things in a trust he had not talked to about.

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"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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05:11 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Two Kind of I say, Hey, I would like to watch this weapon or how do I do it to go to the website filled staff pete dot com or call the teams they had loved to watch this webinar on Will's versus trust. How do we make that decision? 809 47 95 22. What? What do we really need? Because there's wills or trust. Some are fine with the will. Others need a trust. So you have to make that decision. Then there's powers of attorney for health care. For finances. If you can't make those decisions, you wanted somebody to make those decisions that trust and knows what you want, I suppose. What are the documents? We really need? Well, yeah, I think you've covered a lot of them. I think the healthcare power of attorney is so important. The financial power attorney is so important. We want to make sure if there are assets that are going to go through the trust that we do what's called a T o d transfer on death, You know, P o d paid on death these air off beneficiary deed on your real estate. This is why sitting down with a full hellis stick plan makes sense because we know what are the things that you need in place Mark, and it's not uncommon. I've seen this. I'll be sitting down and the and someone was that. Oh, yeah, I've got a trust. Okay. Well, you know, is your trust properly funded. What do you mean? It's by trust properly funded. You know, that's a great question. Because I've heard of people that have a trust. And yet then they say, Well, they never put anything in the trust. I don't follow you all right? I don't know that. I don't understand. Yeah, it's right. So like if you were building a house and let's say you decided, I wanna cry on my house and you build this right? Is your car going to be protected? If you don't put it in the garage? If I held storm comes, I would say no. Yes. No. Is it gonna be protected? Should death try to break it? No, no different. A trust is only as good as the trust has been funded. So you want to make sure that things were put in the trust that need to be in the trust? Mark. There's some things that don't need to be inside of the trust. And let's say this. Let's go one step further. Let's say that you have a special needs child and especially needs child is receiving. Aid from the government will do you understand? You have to be so careful and passing on assets to that special needs child. Do you want to make sure that you've got a special needs trust also put in place. You don't want to just Do this yourself again. That's why working with full retirement planners like we are Fullerton Financial. It's worth a little extra money because we're going to dot the I's and cross the T s and check off the list. This is so important to your state planning, you know, estate planning is just about not just about documents. It's not just about having power of attorneys and financial power of attorneys and deeds correctly. Maybe having joint tenancy joint ownership on bank accounts markets also about strategies on how do you you know? Make sure that you've got income safely and retirement. And how do you make sure that you're avoiding unnecessary risk if you don't need it? How do you know when they take Social Security questions? You should be asking your advisor today. And if they're not asking you these questions And I'm going to encourage you right now to pick up the phone because here's what I'm going to offer you. I'm going to offer you the chance to ask me these questions to ask one of our lead. Experienced advisors at Fullerton. Financial these questions when can I retire? How do I take money out of retirement? When should I take my social security? Do I have enough money to retire? You know, I believe everybody marked serves a great retirement. I believe that when you retire new wake up that first morning. You don't have to ask yourself. Where's my paycheck? And he'd come from are you don't have to ask yourself. Oh, my goodness of the market crashes today. Can I stay retired? You should have a plan that addresses these things. Your retirement should not be about what I can't do this or I can't do that. Because I didn't plan for enough money. When you retire, you should be able to say I've planned to travel. I've planned to be able to work at my favorite chat charities or I plan to help my kids out. This is what retirement should look like. So I ask you today. What are your dreams? Do you have the answers to these questions? Because if you don't want to offer it to you today, call us at 800. 9479522 and tell art team that you want to be one of the top 10 collars today that received a full complementary retirement plan. Looking at everything that you've got to pick up the phone at 809 479522. No obligation, no commitments. It just takes type. Letter with us today for the forwards and financial hour where your retirement dreams begin with Stephanie Fullerton. We're gonna come back and wrap up today's show. We've got a phone segment lined up for you to stay with us. We're back in one minute. Remember that first paycheck When you started working all those years ago, you were finally out on your own earning money..

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"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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05:33 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"So they work with a lot of different insurance companies, a lot of different stocks, bonds, mutual funds and all that kind of stuff that you need to understand. What about your 401? K? Do you realize that the age of 59 a half if you're working and you're going to retire, Say it's 65 that you do have the ability. Most companies allow you to roll that 401 K and put it in a place and put you in a better position for your retirement becomes a little bit more targeted if you will, but you still have five and after four years of working till you retire, so you're still taking advantage of the company match. You're still putting into the 401 K. You just kind of targeted that money a little bit more to retirement. Is that something Stephanie that that people all understand that they typically have that ability to do so that maybe take their 401 K and put it in because for one case are pretty limited in your options. Yeah, very limited the cut. The company's going to control those options. And you know, they really only have to have three main options, and that's what we tend to see. So yes, so many people think I have to quit working. I can't. I have to be a certain age. So here's how for one case working, the sooner that you could begin to take full control of it and begin to position it, too. Help you to be prepared for retirement, the better off you're going to be. Why? Because you're not waiting to the last minute to try to, you know, make all of these strategic plans. When all of a sudden that you need them. You've got to get this in place, so there's a couple ways to look at for one case. Let's say that you no longer work at that company. You do not have to wait. 2 59.5. You could go ahead and roll that over into an irate You're not going to encourage taxes is not a taxable event. Folks. It's on Lee, a taxable event. When you begin to get it deposited into your bank account, and you begin to spend it. That's when it becomes a taxable event. Here's another way. 59 a half is a big number because at 59 a half even if you are still working, you can actually begin to move that for one K. And why is this important? Because we get to take of vantage of the different options and strategies that your 41 k company is not offering you. We want to look at Roth conversions You know, Earlier in our show today, Mark, we talked about the four pillars and one of them being taxes. There is not a doubt in my mind that taxes are not going up. They are. It's just a matter of when so let's look at taxes. This could be saving you thousands and thousands of dollars and future and let's be frank. The more money that we can put into your a state into your bank account into your pocket. That's tax free. More that you're going to have to live on a retirement. So, yeah, it's important if you've got a 41 K and you're 59 a half you want to come see me because there's a lot of options that we can talk about that are incredibly beneficial for you in the future. Yeah, that number again is 809 479522. It's a great opportunity to find out. Can you do something and maybe put you in a better position heading into retirement? And doing it the right way is really the key. I don't want to take control of my own 401 K because that's a disaster waiting to happen. But if I have something like Stephanie, the team at Fullerton Financial that understands this world can help guide me. That's that's priceless 809 47. 95 22. I think a lot of people think of I'm dealing with my taxes every year, but that's tax preparation. Stephanie's talking about tax planning. How do you do things down the road and health care What happens if Taxes if they go up. What happens if there's just a lot of what if so, this blueprint that Stephanie the team create is a really a living, breathing document. Those things happen in our lives that changes so the plan changes alongside of that. I want to leave. You leave people with this and I get your take on this because this comes from your book, Living a happy, healthy and inspired retirement. Your definitive financial guide to retirement by Stephanie Fullerton with husband Steve alongside, and here it is. Do you want to risk getting rich? Or do you want to make sure you are? Never pour. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, So let's say it this way. Would you rather risk getting rich? Or would you rather guarantee that you would never be poor Mark? Think about that which you rather risk getting rich. Or would you rather guarantee that you would never be poor? You know, I don't know about you but mark for me. I don't need to die with the most money in my bank account. I want to die, knowing that I didn't run out of money and that I was able to accomplish the things that are really important to me in my life. Whether that's working with my local charities that are near and dear to my heart or spending time with my grandkids or traveling with my husband. These were the things that are most important to me. You can have all the money in the world. But if you die unhappy, you had nothing. But you could have a little money in the world. But know that you are not going to run out of money and live out your dreams. You will die the most wealthiest person in the world. And that's what we do to help people here at Fullerton Financial. We don't want to risk your money just to try to get you rich. We want to help to try to prove and find things. Strategies that we used to help guarantee that you will never run out of money and retirement. Why wouldn't you want to call us today? It makes sense. Don't.

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02:19 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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05:32 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Over 200 kids woke up by the generosity and love of our clients and a Fullerton Financial that we were able to write those bikes. And not only that, I mean, this year we've already gone. We've worked in some food banks. We've worked in some shelters. Why? Because this is important to us. This is this is the makeup of Fullerton Financial. And our clients love it, because a lot of them want to be able to give to organizations. But let's face it. There's a lot of organizations out there that have been known in their track record of taking taken advantage, especially of some of our retirees. It's real, so we do a lot of vetting for our clients, and we helped them identify local charities that Are making use of the money that they're given. So this is this is who we are at Florence and financial is we're about helping our community right within our you know where our office is right around the area that we that we have our business. Absolutely. So let's we've got a couple minutes left in this segment on then we're gonna wrap it up in our final segment, talking about the relationships you build with clients and just the importance of what you're doing for families. To allow them to retire the way that they want to, and you can't guarantee anything because there are no guarantees in life were not guaranteed tonight. Tomorrow, whatever their things happen, And so that's certainly a big part of the Fullerton. Financial planning process, part taking advantage. No finding out what of the what ifs. What happens if this happens? That happens And that's certainly a part of this entire process as well. It's not always Perfect, but we try to put a plan together. That puts you in a better position, No matter what happens, But you now have gone from the trunk of your car with your mom. Back in 04 to the building. You've been in for a long time and off the off the one on one on on Thunderbird to now, a new office he started last year in Tempe Town Lakes, talk about the offices themselves, and I know all the information to get to him and find them is on your website Fullerton FP dot com but just talk about the importance of being on basically opposite sides of Phoenix. If you will. Yeah, we began to see a huge need, especially from our radio. Listeners are viewers on our TV show that it just so long. It was just being concentrated on the northwest side of Phoenix, and we realize that there's a lot of people in the East Valley location that really wants to visit with us and A lot of people were willing to drive an hour an hour and a half, But there still was a segment of people that said, Wow, when you get a location on this side of town, let us know. And so is that indeed has grown. We began to prepare for that. And you're right in 2019. We did open up our new location in the East Valley right off a Tempe lakes, and we absolutely love it. And already we began to see people coming in that. You know, said we've been waiting for this to open up and even our clients over there. They love it because no longer they drive in an hour, there's like 15 minutes, so they're happy. But you know the reason why we did it, Marcus because we do care, and you're right over the last 16 years we've grown to over 1000 plus clients, and I'm very pleased to tell you that in that growth Less than 1% has ever left Fullerton Financial and I'm going to tell you it's not because we necessarily were beating the guy next door where he got a 10% return and we got a 15% return. See, we don't chase the market for our clients. What we do for our clients. As we help prepare a blueprint a roadmap to retirement, so as they prepare for it and go into it, mark, they know where they're going. They know that their income is going to be there. They know that they don't have to worry. If they run as if the markets go down, that they're not could have run out of money. Or if they'd need home care are nursing home that they're going to be well protected when it comes to those needs. Why Because we have done full retirement planning today. I want to encourage you folks. You're sitting there listening. You might say I'm five years or 10 years out. Or you might say stuff me. You know what? I only have $300,000 Or maybe you have 400,000. Maybe you have 700,000. That's not what worried about What we're here to tell you today is that we want to help people just like you be prepared for retirement. Why don't you call us today at 809 479522. If you're one of the next 10 callers, we will complimentary your visit. We will give you a second opinion for no cost. There's no obligation. There's no pressure to this. So why wouldn't you want to be one of the next 10? Callers at 800? 947952 to give us a call right now again. 809 479522. So you know there are different types of businesses out there. There are the retail side. The transactional you come in. You buy something and you move on. And then there are the service businesses as well. My guess is you can guess which one Stephanie and Fortune financial planning lean towards Maura than the other. That's where we're going in our final segment. Stay with us. This is a fortune financial hour where your retirement dreams began with Stephanie Fullerton and the team at Fullerton Financial planning. Do you need a second opinion on your retirement plan? You can't get a second opinion from a person who gave you the first opinion. So call Stephanie Fortune and her team at 14 Financial.

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03:20 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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03:04 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I don't know if I could do that. That's a good point. You've got 90 minutes. I'm telling you. I wouldn't drink any water now. I would not drink any water because if I got a full bladder up there, and it's 45 minutes in, I'm screwed. This one seems obvious to me What he starts doing. This is crossing his legs bouncing what will have a higher rating. The debate. For Monday night. Football Packers vs Falcon Bait Here's the trap on this. You need to read the fine print. Which is the station on the station or all of them. It has one station on ly. I would probably go It's a tough one Monday night football might beat it out because there's going to be so many different ways to watch. I believe they're counting all the stage if they're counting all the station. Not even close, Not close. This is Super Bowl like is Farnsworth potential? You have the most eyes on this debate. Especially the 1st. 15 minutes. Alright, gentlemen, one more before I go. Bye bye, but for each candidate I want you to set the number on this. I have it in front of me. How many non fax? Will Biden say What? What does the experts have the number at I think they'll both 100% lie about everything that they say tonight. No, But what's the number? Over under? How many Non fax 5 150? No, I'd go like eight for Biden. They have 1.5 1.5. He's gonna lie once and for Trump. How many do you think that 150? Yeah. They have 5.5. So doesn't that seem like a gimme for both of us politician while I get to decide what's a lie or not like would you say, would you say Well, if you could say the fact he goes out with something, whatever it is, and they go well, he really meant the spirit of it was on a Tuesday. And so that's that's the problem. It's one thing when you say I pay this or I do that. All right. I got to get back to Vegas. Las Vegas. Lloyd debate night prop that's coming up next. So who do you think is going to win the debate on? What advice would you give Trump or by next there? You ready to retire? All my friends at forwards and financial planning. They want to help you retire and they're hosting a webinar. And once again they've got IRA expert Ed Slott skies. Awesome. You got to see him speak. And he's gonna answer the question for you. Are you ready to retire? And of course, Stephanie Fullerton will be there. She runs the place fortune financial planning. So this is a really great webinar. You should get involved. And here's how you do it to find the upcoming dates and times and reserve your complimentary virtual seat. Do that today. All you have to do is text the word seminar 24119 to 3. That seminar 2411923. This is a special three part Webinar. It'll discuss end of your tax planning is going to discuss fora one k rollovers, They'll discuss strategies. On how to endure year and how to end it Strong going into the 2021 tax season. So text the word seminar..

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"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"If you have questions, you have concerns. We know there's just a lot going on right now. But it doesn't matter when you get to retirement. There's always things that happened. How do you plan for that? What happens if the last five years you're working and all of a sudden you've lose 2030 40% of your 401 k? That could be an issue. Obviously, call Stephanie in the team. Don't wait. 809 479522 no cost. No obligation, no pressure. No judgment. Stephanie I are probably the only two people have never made a mistake in our lives. Not true. Well, maybe not So again. That number is 809 479522. We're talking about the three key areas Really? When it comes to retirement planning that you've got to think about And most of us think about our investments. Well, investments are important. It's certainly part of the planning process that Fuller's and financial but it really comes down to number one income. You've gotta have a plan. How we're gonna replace the paychecks that are no longer coming in. Where's that money going to come from? Is it coming from the insurance world? Is that coming from the Wall Street world? How are you? What's your plan? You gotta start with income. Well, the next two areas, Stephanie, I think a lot of people feel like they don't really have a ton of control over and we're going to talk, health care, long term care and taxes. So let's start with healthcare in long term care, and certainly with a pandemic that hit the country. We we know that now, all of a sudden, and you mentioned it earlier that holy cow our You know, our emergency funds are dwindling because things have happened. Right, And maybe he got laid off maybe a furlough. There's just a lot of issues. But the number one reason that retirees filed for bankruptcy is a health issue with them. A family member of spouse, same thing while working. You could get hit with crazy crazy cost. I had a stent put in in July of 2020. Ah, in my heart. $55,000 didn't have to pay $55,000 out of a 1500. Which seems to me to be a lot, But it's not really in the total scheme of things. So healthcare Stephanie. How in the world do you plan for this when Hey, I'm 65. I'm retired. I'm in great health. I'm never gonna have a health issue. I'm just gonna go to sleep on night, not wake up perfect scenario. Yeah. You know, health care is a huge topic. Long term care is a huge topic. C Mark, I have to tell you. I don't know that I'm just a huge fan of going out and buying long term care insurance. In fact, I've never, ever just had my client go out and buy long term care insurance because the bullets that I believe that I see that couldn't go through that. A. I believe that long term care insurance. Is expensive. The order we get it seems like the companies like Tio crank up the cost. And what if you don't use it? You lose it, But the reality is, you know, 50% like you know, if you're married, at least one of you is probably going to need some type of home care are nursing home. Er, you know I loved her carry issues that you want to be protected. So one of the things that we do, because this is absolutely important. Pillar ofthe planning is we want to show you strategies that will help you understand how to be protected. Should you need home care are nursing home are long term care issues, but is not necessarily just solely put all your money into something that you might not ever get to benefit from and mark what most people don't understand. There are strategies out there that if you don't use that you don't lose it. In fact, your family has a benefit. There are strategies out there that you don't even have to pay a premium for it. And should you need it there. You know there's benefits inside of it. So I have a big component a big fan of protecting yourself from nursing home because I believe that there's a really big probability you could have it. I mean, you know Fidelity. They had a big article out there. I think it was a $285,000 mark. The average 65 year old couples should expect to spend 285 to $295,000 throughout the rest of their retirement, and we started this show six years ago That number from Fidelity was $220,000. So that number keeps going up and you think about it, and we're saying right around 300,000 for the average 65 year old couple through the rest of their lives, But you think about that? Well, that's crazy. That's too much money. But think about it if you're retired for 30 years Really talking about 10,000, or little less a year. That seems more realistic than that big number. I would know that that's not done for a list IQ. I mean, just think about it. I could think of myself out easy. It is. To spend money when you're sick or you name it, So this is an important topic, and it seems to be an oversight for a lot of brokers that they don't talk about her think about. I'm not saying all of them again because not everybody is the same. But I tend to see when people walk in that most people. Don't want to think about it because they don't know what the right answer is. Or maybe they can't afford it. Here at Fullerton Financial, we have strategies for this. This is why calling us at 809 479522 can actually change the way that you look and go into retirement with us today for the forwards and financial hour, your retirement dreams begin with Stephanie Fullerton of Florida.

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"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on Reproducing Churches

Reproducing Churches

19:44 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on Reproducing Churches

"In the nineties was this emerging diversity of ethnic groups and one day I was driving up Dupont circle seeing all the different embassies, seeing all the different flags that representative from countries. I thought to myself. You know what we need here on earth is a embassy that represents the keynote. And it was there the Lord of brought Diverse Second Corinthians Five, twenty where Paul admonishes the Corinthian Church that we are ambassadors bringing the message of reconciliation. So back in nineteen, ninety six, that's in the Lord inspired me to plant a not an Asian American church but multi-ethnic, and that was one of the early multi-ethnic churches with the focus of reaching all people and our tagline is we wanted a church that looks like what happens. And from that point on Again, there wasn't a lot of strategy. There wasn't a lot of form. The wasn't exponential. There wasn't a binding boot camp. It was simply the Bible. And God said, this is what I want to do A. WE started with eleven people meeting in our apartment and that eleven grew to thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, eventually one, hundred, twenty, these young second-generation Asians non-asians. And The exciting thing is a two years ago was invited to their twentieth anniversary service and they asked me to come in share. Mazing to see twenty plus years later, the church still growing and thriving and justice diverse and even more diverse now, and so that's sort of my journey in church planting from there. After planting in DC the Lord Commie back to La grew up I. Went Back on Stephanie Fullerton on where I was a resident and from there, the Lord really just impressed upon my heart to develop a church that would be a leadership training center callous for Church planting, and so out. Of fullerton planted another church called Ambassador my second Ambassador Church Out of our Church we've been able to see bunch of churches being planted. Bro Residency, program that we develop. So anyway, that's sort of my thirty year journey in about five minutes. So you know if if you're looking at do what you're doing. Now, what would be the ratio because I've been in your classroom and I've seen the ratio of white to non white mix and it's pretty impressive how would say when I walked in there? I was one of maybe three white owned the room. Probably Twenty twenty five, I don't know how the math adds up typically from the average week but you truly embodied your mission to be an massar as a multi-ethnic mission multiplying church ask how, how's that worked out and and what have been some things along the way that really helped accomplish that that's a great question you know as as you know, the the whole issue of race is one of those topics a in some sense of very hot. Button. Topic in our culture. But for me it's it was never about racial issues. It was never about social justice issues as as the primary motivation was really the Gospel issue. And for me you know a growing up as an Asian American in America I got to see. Racism from a sort of a different perspective than our African American brothers are Spanish brothers. But still have to deal with it. You know one of the challenges of being in Asia is that there is a stereotype that in some sense people consider as being positive but it's also very oppressive. As Asians, we are sort of perceived as what they term as model. Minority in in many ways we're not. There was a strong emphasis on education and and all that. But at the same time, there's there's a large high suicide rate at large failure rate, and so there's a lot of other proponents to. And so when I as an Asian American, wanted to plant a church. In the way I I saw was more not you know. I'M GONNA GROWING UP IN AMERICA. This is funny. I grew up in America, all my life and yet people still ask me when are you going? When are you going back to your country as assuming that you know my country because of my heritage is on Korean That's where I need to end up and dealing with those kinds of remarks when I was growing up was was common among a lot of. Minorities we're by gluten. I'm sorry. What part? What part did you grow up in? Southern California. Where we have a large community, but that's amazing. And I think every minority at some point deals with the the race issue. Again, we have different perspective but when it goes back to the Bible. And look at the Great. Commission. And you see go and make disciples of all ethnos. People the Mission of the Gospel was to preach to all people because we're all creating the image of God and then you see the other side what I call the great combination book of revelation and you see all nations, tribes people gathered together. So I always say this that you know really from the Great Commission to the great combination is really what the churches right we are to represent all people and sociologically it's been a challenge especially as the diversity issue people not knowing how to deal with each other and so I said crise focus. Let's planet shirts that represents you know the body of Christ in its fullness. And so that really became the catalyst and slowly the question you're asking is a emphasis that I've always had is we want to be a church in which all people are part even though we're starting our base from an Asian American second-generation Base Louis. Cat that was my. Culture we've been able to see other churches need planted Most of my. Ironically most of my residents, three of my residents Caucasian, they're not aged. Are laughing there's an African American Church in Memphis Tennessee. We've been able to client churches in an hour help guys. In Canada we've you know help guys in here. In fullerton a Los Angeles and other places and so again, race is secondary. To really the mission and but at the same time, we need to be cognizant of these issues as. I love the fact that you know really the way that the Gospel even came to Korea in the first place at was a multi-ethnic endeavor. I mean, you know I I don't know if you'd want to share that story about Robert Jemaine Thomas, and you know any of that. But I mean that that in itself is a multi-ethnic kind of. Collaboration absolutely no. The final funny thing is that most Koreans are Presbyterian yet and you would ask why and Scotland. back in I guess those Michigan Council in Edinburgh Menu years ago and so they divided up. All the different nations in Scotland was one of the nation's Got Korea. So and then you had Americans go in a again we have a great legacy of missionaries going to career The NEAT thing about Korea is next to the United States Korea being a small nation. Korea's second largest mission sending a country in the world, and again it goes full circle right and I, think that's the exciting thing about the Gospel is that regardless of race regardless culture regardless of background you know that the Gospel goes into culture and transforms not only the people but the systems in society. So that they can become the ages of God's grace. Solemn world. And I'm thankful for my Korean heritage, I grew up living in America resenting I. Wish I was American like everybody else but looking back and just thankful that all of us created the image of God have an opportunity to contribute and and you know as a Korean I'm thankful for that for my spiritual heritage. So. Anyway, it's been exciting to see. The movement of Augusta four in a Robert jemaine Thomas for those that don't know was a Welshman who headed over there and was martyred really not not necessarily for his faith. But on the on the sands they're up young is the ship dock. There was a misunderstanding that resulted in a massacre, and of course, he had a bag full of bibles which the local innkeeper ran down and took off some of the corpses some as everyone did back then took some of the things and he he saw. Bibles and thought heck could wallpaper the walls of my? hotel with my in which he did in one of the guests years later I think it must have been decades later. Reading the walls in Chinese and in came to faith right there in the room and that was the start. If I'm not mistaken of the the great revival, this one Korea now God uses even. The, you know the stranger circumstances to to make his name. You know and his great. Absolutely. You know one of the most powerful things about Robert Jemaine Thomas's he died thinking he was a failure in his final lots were well. Goes my life for Nothin' and yet he was at sea that felt the granted died absolutely and and I think every church planner. That's the story of church funding. You don't do decide you know I'm going to have what Stephen for take in all these celebrity pastors have. You know what the fast track to that is church. I think every church winner has to say what I'm willing to die. If it means you know a, it's almost like committing menaced aerial suicide to become a church winner flesh and blood does not reveal these things and so yeah, absolutely go to plant. You know it's extreme sport of ministry and you go into. You've got a whole Pasol of students and you've got this internship there. You've got a You know a whole program unpacked that a bit for the listeners who are thinking because I know you started small Raya. No you didn't being tell us a little bit about how you got into that. What it looked like how you got it off the ground order simulate sweat and tears it came out of that. All you know I think oftentimes what we've experienced is what we replicate right and I remember. Growing up in a Korean church that my idea of of mandatory in deciphering was look but don't touch meaning this I grew up in the church. In three years out serving a church where I was an English speaking youth pastor and the pastor was. Korean. And his interaction with me in three years was basically two conversations inside I. Always joke that really mentoring was look but don't touch. That kind of meant right and and I learned a lot just by observing but there's no relationship and it was when I went to be free fullerton that I really understood. The value of hands on mentoring. On the job training. And that really like I said at the beginning that that was the formation for me in terms of understanding how do you train up leaders? It's not just by putting them in a classroom. And you know drawing charts for people it was going on the on the front lines of doing ministry. And that year at Fullerton understanding residency we went through so much I. Mean we began the year in our residency with one of the elders. At that church accused of of A. Sexual misconduct or or being a pedophile in that became a major issue in the you publicly now the church dealt with that when they were on the forefront of of dealing with that issue is is pretty amazing. To see a church, a large church wrestling with these hard issues and being the frontlines of that. Was One of the most important things for me and after finishing that year I decided you know the best way to train up leaders is hand in hand you know making sure that they walk alongside of you so. After that year at Fullerton I decided. Every time that I'm GonNa be doing something always bring a resident along with me. And so. When I started. In DC, we had two guys or residents or are associates with me, and they're still two of my close friends even to this day and then planted out in in a back in La. The outreach passing free Fullerton and I decided. With. Their permission to bring five seventy students students from Talbot. And we started this little group called Lassiter Fellowship in that fellowship. Then eventually grew to become ambassador church and and three out of four hundred five when she became church planters and so creating this little laboratory of leadership development and to see the food of that, and again, I think the danger for us is you know when we look at churches or it's easy for us to see churches in terms of systems in size, and that's kind of how we measure all the churches huge. But really from me, the most effective ministry was not in the context of the large mega church. In the frontlines of doing battle with these young leaders and how Jesus Mentor twelve disciples and they eventually became you know the ones that spread the Gospel all across the catalyst and so every year I committed to even though we didn't have a lot of funding, I committed to training up leader and sending that leader ops. Oh, we I plans planted first year somebody told me a great little saying when you plant a church planted pregnant. What he meant by that less, you know make sure that you have in the very core of your DNA you know this birthing division. And so I had a guy named Brian come on and first year and and I told Brian After we plant I want to go out you can take about anybody want. and. We'll give you a certain amount of money for the from our little budget and we're less than one hundred people in Bryant went off took about ten percent of our churches the only about ten people implanted in another city and every year we'd been doing that and it's been really amazing. It's some years were harder than others. people would question why are we planting a church when our church isn't big enough? And that was a valid criticism because at times I would. Emphasize Church planting so much every three years our whole staff turnover because we will planche and There came a point where it was at at at suddenly became unhealthy for us because we're planting so much. That we weren't able to grow our church and so again it's. Not Either or and we spent a few years really trying to grow our church and really develop a better system of discipleship. And our church went from one hundred to five hundred and we were able to again you know continue the church planting. Vision. And it was about about three years ago that organization called me to flourish. Contacted US oh, we contacted them and they had a residency fund. Where there were a sponsoring. That were doing residencies and so they. Selected, our church in gave us you know five year investment and every year. Now we have four residents fulltime pay. That are focused on. Implanting. Or being a senior leader somewhere. And so we've been doing that and the Lord has been just amazingly gracious with us. It's not that Archer knows a lot. You know that we have the best shirts, but we do have great interns and residents and my job as a senior pastor didn't destined. So there's only two groups of people I meet with Peyton in our church I meet with our. Our executive team. Are To campus pastors, meet with our to residence, and then our to campus faster than me woods with their staff. So out for me, I've always made it a high priority that residents get a large a bulk of my time, fifty percent by the sound of it, which exact really impressive. So. As you're as you do this, what what would look like ache? That's amazing that you had the funding for them. What does it look like for a full time residency? What would what what is like look like for them? How do you keep them busy? What's a program with like for residency? You know covid nineteen has really changed. Of Actually, right now, it looks like a free ride. For for our residents, they were able to see a church in transition in midstream are typical residency model was every Monday would meet they would write up a weekly reported. Matt's a what they're working on issues. Day had questions on and then You know books that they're reading. So every week would do that report and they still do, and then they would be assigned to one of the two campuses. So they would be working under either are Anaheim campus campus. And then I would meet with him throughout the week in follow up with what they're doing and so forth. So that was our typical residency model. Let me let me interrupt you real quick and ask you what what would be some the resources that you would encourage church planners to read what what are some of the books on your list that you distinct man these must reads for planners. Well. You know of course, you know books like Center Church by You know Tim Keller Amazing Ed Stetzer you know on planting? National Churches. And then we also have leadership books that we would encourage them to be now a good degree. Of course, you know your book skating. Required reading to say that. Nobody. You know we've brought you it. You know. So every week, we would also have a leader training. I would bring in different leaders and and I'm thankful for your friendship because you would calm and help us some training as well. But that those are the things that I really want you know not only for me to? Guide them to also leaders garden as well at. And so we've been fortunate to have. Friends that would come and do some training for us in. You're you're starting to tells before erupted about kind.

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"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on Reproducing Churches

Reproducing Churches

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on Reproducing Churches

"Church client is a better church plant. So if you fail the first time don't give up oftentimes guide uses that to reshape a sort of remo June to what he wanted to be. So after that experience of of failing. You know went through a residency program wasn't a church planting residency was more of a hassle residency. And that shaped me into understanding what a leader is. An was a large mega church, one of the key influential churches back in the ninety S. And eventually after that, I was went to Washington DC. And it was in DC that I planted my first church and this is back in nineteen, ninety six and the vision that I hadn't planting was you know we have Growing Emerging Second Generation Asian American community oftentimes when you think about immigrant churches, you think about for senators. The language, the primary language. That people spoke but there is this whole growing emerging second-generation that spoke English atelier minister to there. and. I remember being in DC seeing this whole emerging group come up and then another interesting challenge back. Then in the nineties was this emerging diversity of ethnic groups and one day I was driving up Dupont circle seeing all the different embassies, seeing all the different flags that representative from countries. I thought to myself. You know what we need here on earth is a embassy that represents the keynote. And it was there the Lord of brought Diverse Second Corinthians Five, twenty where Paul admonishes the Corinthian Church that we are ambassadors bringing the message of reconciliation. So back in nineteen, ninety six, that's in the Lord inspired me to plant a not an Asian American church but multi-ethnic, and that was one of the early multi-ethnic churches with the focus of reaching all people and our tagline is we wanted a church that looks like what happens. And from that point on Again, there wasn't a lot of strategy. There wasn't a lot of form. The wasn't exponential. There wasn't a binding boot camp. It was simply the Bible. And God said, this is what I want to do A. WE started with eleven people meeting in our apartment and that eleven grew to thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, eventually one, hundred, twenty, these young second-generation Asians non-asians. And The exciting thing is a two years ago was invited to their twentieth anniversary service and they asked me to come in share. Mazing to see twenty plus years later, the church still growing and thriving and justice diverse and even more diverse now, and so that's sort of my journey in church planting from there. After planting in DC the Lord Commie back to La grew up I. Went Back on Stephanie Fullerton on where I was a resident and from there, the Lord really just impressed upon my heart to develop a church that would be a leadership training center callous for Church planting, and so out. Of fullerton planted another church called Ambassador my second Ambassador Church Out of our Church we've been able to see bunch of churches being planted. Bro Residency, program that we develop. So anyway, that's sort of my thirty year journey in about five minutes. So you know if if you're looking at do what you're doing. Now, what would be the ratio because I've been in your classroom and I've seen the ratio of white to non white mix and it's pretty impressive how would say when I walked in there? I was one of maybe three white owned the room. Probably Twenty twenty five, I don't know how the math adds up typically from the average week but you truly embodied your mission to be an massar as a multi-ethnic mission multiplying church ask how, how's that worked out and and what have been some things along the way that really helped accomplish that that's a great question you know as as you know, the the whole issue of race is one of those topics a in some sense of very hot. Button. Topic in our culture. But for me it's it was never about racial issues. It was never about social justice issues as as the primary motivation was really the Gospel issue. And for me you know a growing up as an Asian American in America I got to see. Racism from a sort of a different perspective than our African American brothers are Spanish brothers. But still have to deal with it. You know one of the challenges of being in Asia is that there is a stereotype that in some sense people consider as being positive but it's also very oppressive. As Asians, we are sort of perceived as what they term as model. Minority in in many ways we're not. There was a strong emphasis on education and and all that. But at the same time, there's there's a large high suicide rate at large failure rate, and so there's a lot of other proponents to. And so when I as an Asian American, wanted to plant a church. In the way I I saw was more not you know. I'M GONNA GROWING UP IN AMERICA. This is funny. I grew up in America, all my life and yet people still ask me when are you going? When are you going back to your country as assuming that you know my country because of my heritage is on Korean That's where I need to end up and dealing with those kinds of remarks when I was growing up was was common among a lot of. Minorities we're by gluten. I'm sorry. What part? What part did you grow up in? Southern California. Where we have a large community, but that's amazing. And I think every minority at some point deals with the the race issue. Again, we have different perspective but when it goes back to the Bible. And look at the Great. Commission. And you see go and make disciples of all ethnos. People the Mission of the Gospel was to preach to all people because we're all creating the image of God and then you see the other side what I call the great combination book of revelation and you see all nations, tribes people gathered together. So I always say this that you know really from the Great Commission to the great combination is.

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"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Roadie kid here is just a great time of year to be in the valley of the sun a lot to car shows going on of course next week the waste management Phoenix open and we're talkin sunshine through most of next week with the highs in the lower seventies this afternoon here in town seventy three for the high tonight forty eight for the low tomorrow seventy three once again and it's going to stay that way right on through Saturday right now sixty six degrees in fountain hills weather brought you by Howard here I'm John roller GTA are new and our our rocket mortgage Superbowl squares sweepstakes we're giving away fifty thousand dollars every sport changed now even extra points the G. two grand prize winners will win a half billion dollars that could be used toward their dream home enter for free and rocket mortgage squares dot com rocket mortgage official mortgage sponsor on Super Bowl fifty full no process in the city as you were thirty places all fifty states and eleven thirty third ocean anyway get an extra twenty percent off at macys winter we can tell when you Macy's card and that's on top of incredible deals for you in your home like forty to sixty percent off women's coats and sweaters fifty to seventy five percent off during the men's event sixty percent off clearance fine jewelry Macy's star rewards members got our money use it on anything at Macy's except gift card services and fees that savings line up now at macys winter weekend even regular and sale prices exclusions apply today for the force and financial our your retirement dreams begin with Stephanie Fullerton Stephanie the president and founder of fourteen financial planning started the company along with her mom from the trunk of the car back in two thousand and four now for ten financial has two offices one off the one a one and Thunderbird and then of course with the brand new officer came last year to Tempe town lakes in Tempe obviously now sort of talk about those offices were talking about the client experience today and you just said Hey when you call us at eight hundred nine four seven ninety five twenty two there's no cost there's no obligation there's no pressure to come in and sit down with us we're gonna do some planning for you you're not paying us anything we're just trying to get a handle on where you are heading into retirement and he said you can sit down with with myself or one of my other advisers in the office let's talk about your team we've had your mom on the show we had your husband on the show we've got your mother in law on the show and clearly you know your your your oldest daughter works with you.

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"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"At the joint welcome back to the fort and financial our your retirement dreams began I mark Elliott and as always I'm pleased to be here with Stephanie Fullerton Stephanie of course the president and founder of fortune financial planning started the company back in two thousand and four and we have a special guest somebody that actually helped Stephanie Gator company off the ground or at least into the trunk of the car to be a little bit more mobile and start building forts and financial and that would be Stephanie's mom joys abit Jo Jo the great Jody any where you want to go with that choice well mark maybe I would start by saying how I got involved with Stephanie back in two thousand and four I received a phone call from Stephanie sand mom I need your help and I said great and she said I've been offered an opportunity to open my own office in center city and I need you to come work for me three days a week we're only gonna work eleven to two but I can't pay you very much well I got the job market was great in the hours were good and I thought well maybe I'll get a raise pretty soon SO and back in two thousand and five Stephanie and I started and I was a little nervous but I knew my daughter was a superstar and that she would go far in whatever she was going to do so about a year later her husband Steve had retired from the Phoenix police department and he and his mother during Stephanie NRA at fortune financial and let me tell you I can imagine how you are wondering how you could work with your mother and your mother in law actually it's been a pretty amazing journey and now we grantor over twenty three employees to add open another office in Tempe south you can see why I'm such a proud mama yeah absolutely in hand you know Georgia one of the cool things you do is is Stephanie tells me because we we talk about you sometimes on the program and she says the one of the main things you do if anybody is ever moving maybe out of their house to you know assisted living or something or just changing their homes one of your big things as you love to go help people move why is that well I do you live organizing and planning and for several years I worked with Mary at senior living services and I would go out and sit down with people when it was time to leave their homes here and moving to a retirement community and had no idea what they were going to need to take or what they would need to leave and I would go out and sit down with them and we would set up a floor plan of sand this is what's going to fit in the apartment please don't bring any more than you can put in that apartment but that so that's how I got started and I love it today there is one of our clients actually she's passed away now but I I just want mom just to share a little bit of how she helped our client who needed to downsize well I got a call from rose merry when day same choice I I've got to move and I said well that's a good idea Rosemary as to what's going on and she said well I had my license taken away and I'm not going to be able to drive so I need to remove to move into a retirement community so I went out and I sat down with rage Merion I said let's let's go three or four planning we picked out everything and so I sweet hi and her date to move in like are the day before I called her and I said okay raise merry I'm coming tomorrow to pack your apartment for you and you're going to need to go over it with deck and stay with him tomorrow I said because I'm going to be there and I don't need any interruptions and so I went hand and I started packing her apartment and my four o'clock we had them over there and we had everything intrigue Rosemary's apartment she called me about five o'clock she said when can I come home and I said you can come right now and when she walked in her new apartment everything was in place picture on the wall and she just had been had been Huggins said I can't tell you how much this means to me this looks like my house now mark do you understand why we in the last fifteen years have grown to over a thousand clients because that is the type of love that my mom gives to our clients it is just amazing and and they ate the one thing that she went and share with you that I will is that they try to give her a thank you some money and she wouldn't take it like I mean my mom does it because she loves and cares about people so deeply yeah that's fantastic in and if you have questions about what Stephanie in the team and choice in the team at fortune financial can do for you when it comes to your retirement not a guarantee the joys gonna come out and help you move she might if you need help yeah but there is there's a lot of things going on when it when you go from a working with job you know having that job day after day and you've worked there twenty thirty forty even fifty years and it's a different time of your life which is what we're to talk about in the next segment about how to handle all this freedom you have where you don't have to go to work how you gonna fill your time but if you like sit down with Stephanie in the team and talk about where you are in your road to retirement it's eight hundred nine four seven ninety five twenty two eight hundred nine four seven ninety five twenty two again there's no cost.

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"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on 550 KFYI

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01:58 min | 3 years ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on 550 KFYI

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"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Two years here's what you need to do you need to pick up the phone and give us a call at eight hundred nine four seven nine five two two right now call us at eight hundred nine four seven nine five two two for the next ten callers I will sit down with you and help customize a plan that is exclusively for your retirement and help you understand the benefits of rolling that four oh one K. taking control of that and being able to be prepared when it comes to retirement again eight hundred nine four seven nine five two two you know rollovers are just for retirement accounts are also for people who have certain types of insurance Stephanie will tell us what does roll over maneuvers are and how to put them to work for you next this is important financial our were your retirement dreams begin with Stephanie Fullerton with forts and financial plan stay with us hi deterred in here you have an old car you want to get rid of you heard there are ads now find out for yourself why so many people are choosing cars for kids they'll pick up your vehicle at your convenience completely free of charge doesn't matter what condition your vehicles in or the make or model you get a tax deduction for your donation at a vacation voucher to boot it's super easy and hassle free call one eight seven seven cars for kids or donate online at K. A. R. S. the number four K. I. D. S. dot org are you stressed depressed do you feel like you're a mass stop talking to yourself and start talking to me doctor Sonya Arizona stress stock I was housebound from anxiety and stress so I've been there done that and overcome that services are offered in my office your home or on the go the stress stock brings relief to you schedule your complimentary consultation at AZ stress stock dot com that's easy stress doc dot com or text the word stress two four one one ninety two three message and data rates may apply did state tax Tim well there's a lot of car sales going on well it's Labor Day Dave seems that all the commercials are kinda loud and confusing and so called.

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"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"stephanie fullerton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You whole this is truly customizing something specifically just for you and here's what you need to do it's simple pick up the phone call eight hundred nine four seven nine five two two have your calendar right in front of you because when we will schedule for you to day a very important retirement planning meeting over the next ten minutes for the next ten callers at eight hundred nine four seven nine five two two so we're talking about rollovers today we talked about the old four oh one K. two new four oh one K. four oh one K. to an IRA for one K. to a Roth IRA we're gonna head into the I. array world when we come back this is the fourth and financial our for your retirement dreams begin with Stephanie Fullerton with fourteen financial planning right so what's in your mail box no it's not really a trick question and when you retired you're going to want to have the income you need coming into that mailbox every month for the rest of your life that's why I want you to call Stephanie fuller ten and her team at four ten financial planning they want to help you with a plan for retirement the puts money in your mailbox each and every month no matter how long you live Stephanie team have helped hundreds of people just like you plan for retirement so give Stephanie and her team a call right now schedule a no obligation appointment to start planning for your best retirement six two three four six nine fifty three thirty five get your mailbox money month after month with the help of Fullerton financial planning six two three four six nine fifty three thirty five call now and go see them soon six two three four six nine fifty three thirty five that six two three four six nine fifty three thirty five investment advisory services offered through kingdom financial group LLC an SEC registered investment adviser this weekend is V. weekend to find that perfect car truck or SUV at Peoria Ford and Peoria forward will be open all weekend Sunday and Monday for your convenience not bears yeah if you are looking for the deep discounts this is the weekend the last big sale of the year Pat Hickey the boss at Peoria Ford said the two thousand and nineteen let's get him off the lot and boy do they have a lot of of of thousand cars trucks and SUVs and they.

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