I recently had the opportunity to ride in and then drive a real NASCAR race car at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. For the first five laps around the track, I was a passenger with a seasoned race driver. Being from Detroit, I grew up around cars and fairly comfortable with speed, but this experience was more gripping and thrilling than I imagined.
As we entered each turn, I stiffened. At speeds up to 150 miles an hour, the car came within inches of hitting the outside wall. The professional driver just smiled at how impressed I was with what the care could do.
Then it was my turn as the professional driver now sat next to me. I didn’t drive anywhere near his speed, but in my head was the potential of what I could do.
I share this account to say: The tools for creating a zero-estate tax plan, reducing capital gains, eliminating taxes on retirement money, and even lessening your income taxes, are available. You don’t have to use any of them. You can simply get around the track, as I did when I was driving, without maximizing the potential of the engine – your retirement wealth engine.
But is simply getting around track good enough for you?
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“I have a lot to learn about NASCAR. But I’ve learned if you have the right people in the right places doing the right things, you can be successful at whatever you do.”
– Roger Staubach