What you will learn during this webinar:
How to make sure that you are financially secure.

The fastest way to save for retirement 

How to pay for your children's college
What keeps you up at night?
What others are saying
"Robert is a very knowledgeable man with a heart bigger than most. He truly cares about the well-being of his clients. If you're looking for a good "Teacher" who will be with you for the long haul to help you with your finances, he is the guy you want to see."
         ~ Josh P.

"Robert is a wondrful Christian man with honesty and integrity as core values. He is completely trustworthy and I am thrilled to recommend him."
         ~ Dorothy F.
"I had the pleasure of going through Rob Slezak's program called "What keeps you up at night" recently. It really opened my eyes about the various places where money was leaking out of my financial bucket. His no-nonsense strategies gave me the tools I needed to fix the holes in my leaking bucket. If you want to feel totally secure with your finances, join Rob's webinar and program right away. You don't know what you don't know until you know it" 
                    ~ Pat K.
Do you still have debt that you’re struggling with?
Learn 3 simple steps to eliminate debt forever!
Let’s face it…debt is a 4 letter word. It controls your life, hurts your creativity, and keeps you from having true peace and happiness.  

What if you didn’t have it? How would your life be different?

I am Rob Slezak and I have spent most of my life dealing with financial struggles and finally figured out the system to eliminate debt forever.

When you enter your name and email in the box below, I will send you my eBook to get you started on eliminating debt forever and you will be enrolled in a special 1 hour Master Class to lay out how to be financially free.
During the 60-minute Master Class, you will learn about…

• How to protect yourself and your family if you lose your job or have to take a pay cut
• What financial steps to take if you’re facing a divorce
• Disability – who is at risk and what to do if it happens to you
• How to make sure that you have enough money to retire 
• What your options are for paying for your child’s education • How you can pay off debt or save more without impacting your lifestyle today
Most of us know we need to save more money to pay for things like cars, vacations, our children’s educations, paying off debt, paying off our houses early, or even retirement.  

Do you know that 56% of Americans have less than $10,000 saved for retirement?  

And by the age of 65, when most people are ready to retire, the average retirement savings is $100,000. That’s a far cry from the $1 million that finance experts recommend.  

Women, in particular are at risk of not having enough money in retirement so it’s important for couples and individuals to plan early to make sure that there’s enough money. One factor is that there is an earnings gap between men and women. Women earn, on average 80.5% of what men make for doing the same job. What that means is that women aren’t able to contribute as much to retirement plans or save as much as men.  

If you’re facing a divorce and you’ve been a stay at home mom (or dad) or your career has been put on the back burner while you’re raising your family or taking care of your parents, you may have even less saved. Single parent families are the most likely to live in poverty, nearly 5 times more than families with two incomes. After divorce, household incomes drop on average 41% for women and 23% for men.

According to MarketWatch, among couples who live to the age of 65, the woman is likely to outlive her husband by an average of 11 ½ years. If there were 2 incomes coming into the home, one of the incomes goes away, leaving many women in a position of poverty. In addition, women over the age of 63 tend to spend 30% more in retirement healthcare expenses due to chronic illness and she’s less likely to have outlived her spouse so she doesn’t have the unpaid services of her spouse as her caretaker.  

What happens if something happens before you reach the age of retirement? Do you have enough cash on hand to pay for your expenses?

Learn some strategies to protect yourself and your family.
Americans today, on average, aren’t prepared for an unexpected financial crisis. Disability insurance used to be offered by most companies as part of the compensation package. It isn’t that way today. At least 51 million working adults don’t’ have disability insurance and 48% of people have enough money in savings to cover their expenses for 3 months while they’re not earning any income. Almost half of Americans would have to sell something or take out a loan to pay an unexpected $400 bill.  

1 in 4 20 year olds can expect to be out of work for 1 year or more because of a disabling condition before they reach retirement age. 5 ½% of people under the age of retirement can expect to be out of work for up to 6 months due to an illness, injury, or pregnancy yearly.
Are you at risk for a disability claim? 
 Will you have to file bankruptcy due to a lot job, medical bills, or illness or injury?  
When you register for the webinar, you will discover…
     • The most common reasons for short term disability claims
     • Common reasons for long term disability claims
     • How disability impacts your income today and in retirement
Having money to retire well or to support yourself and your family impacts your child’s ability to pay for college and future lifestyle choices. No matter how you slice it, a college education is expensive. Even an in-state public college will run about $40,000 for a 4-year education. A private school will run about $139,000.

Approximately 3 out of 4 Millennials have some form of debt and about ¼ of them have more than $30,000 in debt. The average student loan borrower has $37,172 in student loans. Only 22% of Millennials are debt free.   

If you’re a parent of a Millennial, do you want your child to start their adult working life with an average payment of nearly $400 per month? And if you’re under the age of 35, is this what your life looks like?

To make things worse, most Millenials also have credit card debt. What this means is that buying a home or saving for retirement is pretty much out of reach for most people in their 20s and 30s.  

Since it’ almost impossible to file bankruptcy to discharge student loans, how do you get that debt paid off or plan so it won’t impact your life as drastically?

In the webinar, we’ll be talking about how to plan for educational debt and how to pay of debts quicker than just making the monthly payments.

During the webinar we will be tackling some tough topics and giving you some solutions and strategies to help plan for the future.