Tom Dyson has just signed a post-nuptial agreement, which provides in the unlikely event of a divorce that his wife will receive 100 percent of all property and 50 percent of all income. The only thing she must do is agree to continue to home-school the children, a small price to pay. However, Tom is very confident that it will never come to pass. We wish him well. He’s still bullish on whole life insurance policies, the right kind-the 7-70 type, which have been the province of presidents and the wealthy for generations. He’s out of bitcoin now, but still likes the concept. There’s more wisdom here from the publisher of The Palm Beach Letter. You’re sure to enjoy this one.
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