I proudly served in the Army for 7 years with the 82nd Airborne Division, 18th Airborne Corps, 518th MP Battalion, two years in Germany, and 9th Infantry Division…all years in the military police. I have a total of 18 years of military and civilian police experience (Patrol, SWAT, Narcotics, Burglary, Special Security Operations, Field Training Officer).
I then switched to financial services starting with Prudential Life and then management with SunTrust Bank. At SunTrust in the mid 90’s, I was part of the original management team that implemented the In Store Banking Division in Publix Supermarkets in the Atlanta Metro area. I eventually left SunTrust Bank and have worked with various companies in financial and estate planning as well as employee benefits consultation. This included doing retirement planning for school teachers in DeKalb County, Georgia where I worked with teachers in 42 schools, as well as employees of the Georgia State Department of Education. I also traveled the state of Georgia working with employees of member banks of the Community Bankers Association and member dealerships of the Automobile Dealer’s Association of Georgia consulting on supplemental employee benefits. Before becoming self-employed, I worked several years with an estate and financial planning firm as a financial planner working with 8 to 15 families a week helping them with their insurance, estate and financial planning needs. I’ve been self-employed since 2005.
One of my desires is to help people get out of debt and achieve financial freedom. With my help you can be debt free including your mortgage in 10 years or less. I’ll show you how to create your own family bank using the Infinite Banking Concept so you never have to be in debt to anyone else again. Then I’ll show you how your bank can pay you a substantial tax free income in retirement. I can also show the self-employed and small businesses how to recapture expenses, increase cash flow, become their own source of lending, and create tax free income from the business. Become Empowered to own your life and your future. Live Debt Free….Retire Tax Free!
Guaranteed income for life should be a cornerstone of your financial future. Whatever you accumulate for your future must be protected so that you never lose it. Your savings MUST be available for when you need it the most or when you retire. That’s why I believe so strongly in safe money concepts and strategies. It’s not so much what you earn, but what you keep. A substantial portion of your savings should be in financial products that protect it from lost and grow it guaranteed without taxation until you need it. Then you want to draw it out on a tax favored or tax free basis. This is a passion of mine and one not too many financial consultants concentrate on.
Learn more about my business and professional background at http://www.linkedin.com/in/victor4success. Let’s connect.
I’ve been dedicated to health and fitness all my life. Mountain biking, working out, and hiking the great outdoors are some of my passions. After traveling back and forth between Atlanta (where I have a home) and Opelika, I made a permanent move to Opelika in 2013 to start a new practice. Actually, I married a wonderful lady who lived and worked here, and I commuted back and forth from Atlanta. Earlier in 2013 we built a new home in Opelika and I leased my home in Atlanta.
I’m happily married to my love Tina, and live a life richly blessed by my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We are members at Church of the Highlands in Auburn. We love our church and all our wonderful friends in the Opelika/Auburn area.
Financial Freedom is the Goal!
The guiding principal in my business affairs can be found in Proverbs 21:6, “A fortune made by a lying tongue is a fleeting vapor and a deadly snare.”
My wife and I atop Grand Father Mountain, NC.
My wife and I at Destin, Florida
My wife Tina and I headed out for a dive
My police days in California
SWAT weapons training. Ah those long haired
California cops from the Eighties.
Military Police Sergeant Ft Lewis, Washington.
Was I ever that young?