Asset Retention

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Asset Retention
Asset Retention is listed in the Financial Consultants category in Laguna Hills, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Asset Retention which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Asset Retention on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 87.

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23601 Moulton Pkwy
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
(949) 595-4409

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Asset Retention has an overall ZapScore of 87. This means that Asset Retention has a higher ZapScore than 87% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Laguna Hills, California is 36 and in the Financial Consultants category is 31. Learn more about ZapScore.

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What an incredible night getting to know some of our clients better, along with learning to cook new dishes to... fb.me/7zmZhguYm

What an incredible night getting to know some of our clients better, along with learning to cook new dishes to impress our loved ones over the upcoming holidays, and sharing some great laughs together! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWaNavCqL-0
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"If you are looking for an outstanding retirement planner to take care of your hard earned money and protect your... fb.me/xQtX6hnB

"If you are looking for an outstanding retirement planner to take care of your hard earned money and protect your financial future look no further! Troy Bender is your guy and he is excellent at what he does. Not only will he help you manage your assets and preserve and grow them for the future, but he will do so with care and love and make you feel you are a part of his family! I have known Troy and Po Bender and their team for over 13+ years. My husband (a physician) and I have been lucky enough to find Troy and have him help us tremendously with managing some of our financial assets over the years. We have always been so impressed by his thoughtful, intelligent care he takes of our money and us. He has grown to be not only our financial expert, but also our friend. I have seen him and his team take amazing care of us and many other of his clients and he has gone above and beyond whenever we have had a question or a problem or a need. He not only guides us and the rest of his clients to make safe, intelligent financial decisions but he also makes sure he shows us his appreciation and care through so many amazing little (and not so little) things he does, like having pie and wine for us at Thanksgiving, and putting some amazing events every year to show his appreciation of us... He really goes that extra mile to make us feel special and as a part of his family!... At the end of the day, there are so many people out there that may do a good job managing your assets. But for me and my family we know that beyond having our money safely positioned and growing for our retirement, we feel that it comes down to outstanding customer service and care and the little things that make Troy stand apart. As all our lives are so busy it is hard to keep track of every single little thing on a daily basis, and that is why it is so important for us to build a strong team of people and support around us. We feel we have found that with Troy and Asset Retention's team. We strongly recommend to all our friends, and anyone else out there looking for financial guidance in their retirement, to call Troy and his team! You won't be disappointed!" - Reviewed by Didi Rayman, via Google
Troy Bender, President and CEO of Asset Retention Insurance Services, Inc., helps people plan for a secure retirement by showing them how to have a guaranteed lifetime income so they don’t have

"Great company to work with I worked at Asset Retention as a contractor(More than a year) ProsDuring the times I have been contracted to work with Asset Retention they have always welcomed me onto their team vs. an outsider doing contract work, which is always a more pleasant work environment to be in. If my services fit their needs again, I hope to be their top choice. ConsI would have liked to have approvals quicker so I could have kept pushing forward on their goals faster." via Glassdoor
Troy Bender, President and CEO of Asset Retention Insurance Services, Inc., helps people plan for a secure retirement by showing them how to have a guaranteed lifetime income so they don’t have


"Great Team! I have been working at Asset Retention as a contractor(More than 5 years) ProsEvery interaction with... fb.me/7nE8IzLS7

"Great Team! I have been working at Asset Retention as a contractor(More than 5 years) ProsEvery interaction with Asset Retention's team has been professional and enjoyable. I look forward to working with them for many more years to come. ConsThey usually need assistance immediately, however, most of my clients are exactly the same!" via Glassdoor
Troy Bender, President and CEO of Asset Retention Insurance Services, Inc., helps people plan for a secure retirement by showing them how to have a guaranteed lifetime income so they don’t have

Is Feeling Younger the Secret to a Longer Life? “You don’t stop laughing when you grow old, you grow old when you stop laughing.” ~George Bernard Shaw While some people accept getting older as a natural part of life, many others are on a mission to fight the aging process and maintain a youthful attitude and appearance. Although we are often reminded to “age gracefully” – to accept our older selves just as they are – research shows those who stay young at heart may just be on to something. If you’ve ever experienced the feeling that the image in the mirror doesn’t quite match up with how you feel on the inside, you’re not alone. In 2015, the Journal of the American Medical Association published the results of research conducted over an eight-year timespan. The initial survey of about 6,500 people ages 52 and older revealed that almost 70 percent of respondents felt three or more years younger than their actual age.1 Eight years later, researchers went back and resurveyed the participants. They found 86 percent of the people who reported feeling younger than their actual age were still alive, as compared to 82 percent of the people who felt their actual age and 75 percent who felt older.2 What’s the lesson here? This study and a variety of others point to the idea that feeling young actually helps us live longer. It’s the idea to stay “psychologically young”: maintaining a positive outlook, staying active physically and mentally, and enjoying a life of quality even into our older years.3 But how can we feel younger? Here are four tips: 1. Eat right. Maintain a healthy diet, including plenty of veggies, fruits and protein. Also, make sure you’re getting plenty of omega-3 fatty acids, found in salmon, nuts and seeds. These help prevent inflammation in your body, which affects you both mentally and physically.4 2. Get some exercise – physical and mental. Feeling younger means moving more. You need to challenge not only your body, but also your brain. The Alzheimer’s Association suggests things like taking a college course, finishing a daily crossword and enjoying an occasional play or performance as ways to stay mentally active.5 3. Set goals for the future. Goals give us something to work toward and look forward to, no matter your age. Your goals can be related to health, family, career, travel or anything that sounds interesting to you! 4. Look on the bright side. A positive attitude can help you live longer. For example, a Harvard study of 70,000 female nurses found the most optimistic quarter of respondents had a 31 percent reduced risk of mortality.6 Sometimes keeping a positive outlook on life can keep you going, even when there may be negative external circumstances. While it pays to think positive and keep a youthful mindset, lifespans of all people in general have gotten longer over the years. If you’re fortunate enough to live many years after retirement, you’re going to need a well-thought-out retirement income strategy. Using a variety of insurance products, we can help you create a strategy that helps you to live the kind of retirement you’ve worked hard for. Contact us today to get started on your retirement income strategy for a long life. Content prepared by Amy Ragland. 1 Isla Rippon, MSc and Andrew Steptoe, DSc. American Medical Association. February 2015. “Feeling Old vs. Being Old: Associations Between Self-Perceived Age and Mortality.” http://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamainternalmedicine/fullarticle/2020288. Accessed June 8, 2017. 2 Heidi Godman. Harvard Health Publications. Aug. 5, 2016. “Feeling Young at Heart May Help You Live Longer.” http://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/feeling-young-heart-may-help-live-longer-201412177598. Accessed June 7, 2017. 3 Ibid. 4 Marisa Fox. Fitness Magazine. “10 All-Natural Ways to Stay Young.” http://www.fitnessmagazine.com/mind-body/feeling/10-all-natural-ways-to-stay-young/. Accessed June 7, 2017. 5 Alzheimer’s Association. “Stay Mentally Active.” http://www.alz.org/we_can_help_stay_mentally_active.asp. Accessed June 8, 2017. 6 Deborah Netburn. Los Angeles Times. Dec. 9, 2016. http://www.latimes.com/science/sciencenow/la-sci-sn-optimists-longer-life-20161208-story.html. Accessed June 8, 2017. This material is intended to provide general information to help you understand basic retirement income strategies and should not be construed as financial advice. The information contained in this material is provided by third parties and has been obtained from sources believed to be reliable, but accuracy and completeness cannot be guaranteed; it is not intended to be used as the sole basis for financial decisions. If you are unable to access any of the news articles and sources through the links provided in this text, please contact us to request a copy of the desired reference. AE06175076B


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