How You Can Outpace the Rising Cost of Inflation

If you’re serious about optimizing your assets, minimizing your taxes and empowering your authentic wealth, this is an episode that will get you on your way. Each week on his 3 Dimensional Wealth YouTube channel, Doug Andrew draws upon his experiences as a financial strategist and retirement planning specialist for over 48 years.

This week, Doug tackles the topic of inflation; a subject in which all of us are receiving a somewhat painful first-hand lesson. Over his lifetime, Doug has seen inflationary periods under a number of different presidential administrations. Today, you’ll learn why we’re in another such period and what you can do about it.


  • Why have inflation measuring standards like the consumer price index been changed by government number crunchers? Doug explains how the official numbers are manipulated to hide inflation’s real costs.
  • How does the shrinking purchasing power of each dollar impact your future plans? Learn why people who are on fixed incomes need to plan accordingly for their rising cost of living.
  • What is our government doing that is robbing each dollar of its purchasing power? Doug lays out the real costs of out of control government spending and the printing of trillions of newly created dollars.
  • Why don’t most politicians understand that their unprecedented spending spree is having a negative effect on our currency? Discover how crisis equals opportunity for too many politicians who think they have to spend.
  • How do all the government “solutions” for unemployment and failing businesses simply add fuel to the inflationary fire? Doug explains why throwing borrowed money at these problems is not a long term solution.
  • What can you do to ensure that you don’t end up outliving your money at retirement? Learn about Doug’s preferred savings vehicle and how it protects against higher taxes, rising inflation and ongoing market volatility.
  • And much, much more…

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