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The follow-up to the best-selling The Power of Zero, providing a blueprint to build a guaranteed, tax-free income stream that lasts for the long run.

American retirees face a looming crisis. We are living longer than ever before, and most experts predict a dramatic rise in tax rates within the next 10 years. The hard truth is that no matter how much you save, you are likely to outlive your money or watch it be taxed into oblivion. But when traditional retirement distribution strategies won't provide sufficient income in the face of higher taxes, what can you do?

Tax-Free Income for Life lays out a strategy that guarantees a secure retirement. McKnight shows how the combination of guaranteed, inflation-adjusted lifetime income and a proactive asset-shifting strategy can shield you from longevity risk and the cascade of unintended consequences that result from higher taxes.

If ever there were a solution for the American retiree, it's guaranteed tax-free income for life.

©2020 David McKnight (P)2020 Penguin Audio

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  • Flyboy91
  • 12-12-20

Financial Education

Great narrative! Brings great awareness of importance to fix and proper wealth management. Definitely going to be breaking down the numbers with a professional now.

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  • R. J. Thorne
  • 17-11-20

Insightful and Urgent

The book is honest about the financial condition we face as a nation. There’s no sugar coating that. It’s not a pleasant conversation but can’t be avoided. More important is how the prevailing financial situation of our country could dramatically impact our retirement hopes and dreams. It does seem qualified plans have a huge target on them that the government would love to take aim at. The strategies in this book appear sound in being able to do something to guard against those threats we all face: rising taxes, increasing longevity, negative legislation, and negative volatility during the income phase of retirement. Thoroughly enjoyed the discussion. I just wish we had a bit more time for the discussion on the solution side of the equation, but valuable nonetheless!