New Web Site Provides Seniors Tips on Increasing Income, Reducing Taxes and Preserving Assets

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With 38 million US retirees and over 8,000 Baby Boomers turning 60 every day, a new web site and newsletter provides easy to understand money-saving financial and estate planning techniques.

One of seniors' biggest concerns is outliving their assets. On the heels of The Great Generation are Baby Boomers within several years of retirement. Almost all know they must eventually convert their assets into an income stream, but 83% admit to not having a plan. That's where The Estate Preservation Advisor comes in.

The new web site and free newsletter lays out planning techniques for increasing retirement income, reducing taxes and preserving assets.

Created by Robert D. Cavanaugh, CLU, a 36 year financial and estate planning veteran, many of the topics emanate from case studies of real life clients. "In working with professionals, business owners and seniors over the years, the most common denominator is the lack of even knowing that a planning problem exists," said Cavanaugh. "Allowing readers to uncover problems is the first goal. Once a problem is identified, the next step is to outline various solutions."

One of the unique features of the web site is communicating complicated tax and estate planning strategies using audio-visual media. This makes understanding these concepts much easier than simply reading about them. For an example, readers can get a free copy of the audio-visual presentation, "How to Sell Your Life Insurance Policy for More Than the Cash Value" and subscribe for free to The Estate Preservation Advisor Newsletter by visiting

About The Estate Preservation Advisor

Drawing on his 36 year career experience, Robert D. Cavanaugh, CLU created The Estate Preservation Advisor to fill a void in the understanding of planning strategies and to help seniors and soon-to-be-retiring boomers increase income, reduce taxes and preserve assets.


Robert D. Cavanaugh, CLU

The Estate Preservation Advisor



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