Stunt Performers and Aging Investors: The Paradox of Risk In cinema, finding stunt people over 55 is a rarity. Jackie Chan, the exception to the rule, still performs his own stunts despite nearing 65 years of age. It’s no secret that the physical body becomes more fragile as one ages; even everyday activities can feel […]
About David Duston
David Duston, founder of MoneyWorks - DFW, LLC, has helped others learn how money works for many years and serves as a strong advocate and leader in teaching financial literacy concepts. He holds his Life and Health License in Texas. His safe money and income strategies help clients maximize retirement options while focusing on a safe and secure approach to retirement.
David has years of experience helping with business and personal finance, business consulting, retail, marketing, and professional networking. David's keen insight and understanding provide a foundation for strategically designing and implementing client solutions with integrity.
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Articles by David Duston
The Power of Fixed Annuities and Expert Advice It’s a question many ponder as they approach their golden years: What kind of retirement do I want to live? For most, the answer is unequivocal: a stress-free, secure, and predictable retirement. No one wants to face their twilight years fraught with worry, especially about money. But […]
A Guide for Retirees Deflation, the economic condition characterized by falling prices of goods and services, seems like a boon for consumers at first glance. After all, who doesn’t love a bargain? But from the macroeconomic perspective, consistent deflation is a bitter pill that can indicate a significant economic downturn, potentially leading to recessions or […]
Risk is Exposure to Loss Retirement planning is a crucial aspect of personal finance, and it involves a lot of decision-making that affects an individual’s life after they retire. Many people believe that retirement planning is merely a matter of saving a significant sum of money to cover their retirement expenses. However, the reality is […]
In a perfect world, people entering retirement would have a house they own free and clear, several streams of reliable, predictable income, and no debt. Unfortunately, the reality is very different for those retiring now and soon. A recent survey conducted by Pew Research indicates that over 40% of Baby Boomers have credit card debt […]