“No Doubt Wealth”

The Roadmap to Wealth and Independence
with Peace of Mind


Andrew Lavenziano grew up in Albertson, Long Island starting out in a family of three brothers and sisters, eventually becoming six. His fondest memories were spending time with his father’s side of the family in Mid-town Manhattan where his grandparents lived going to The Empire State Building regularly and driving down every summer to Black Creek, North Carolina where his grandfather, from his mother’s side Grady Smith was born and raised. “Every summer with my grandparents, parents, and my brother and sister we would drive down.” He recalls a simpler way of life in the south spending all of our time with family and friends from the community. These moments included family dinners eating good barbecue, swimming and playing baseball with his cousins, riding horses, irrigating crops, hunting for birds to help provide food for the poor, tending tobacco barns, going to church, and going downtown to visit some of the people working in this 500-person community. “I feel blessed to have been exposed to this at such a young age. These were nicest people you ever wanted to meet, I enjoyed every trip immensely.” To this day he continues to enjoy his visits to Black Creek as his late Great Uncle Ralph named “A Town With A Big Heart” and his mom who now lives not too far away.

Andrew loves to visit his father and follows in his footsteps as a volunteer firefighter, carpentry work and prioritizes giving back to the community. He makes it a habit to run every morning, eat healthy, spend time with his family and friends especially his wife and their 10-year-old dog Brando. He also frequently travels to Thailand to visit his wife’s family where he enjoys being part of The Elephant Conservation Movement and giving to The Princess of Thailand’s Charity, an organization that helps children with more than one disability.

Andrew values being of service to others whether it was helping his neighbors with their chores as a child, helping build one’s confidence and image as a former hairstylist in their community, on Broadway and in Film and Television to his main focus of today, helping shape America’s Retirement Lifestyles. He says, “I get tremendous satisfaction in helping people achieve what they've dreamed about their entire lives, not having to work. It’s what gets me up in the morning”

To give back, in addition to active volunteer firefighter service Andrew devotes his time and support to Children International, a global Organization that helps children of lesser means by giving them the resources & ability to get ahead in life; and The Dominican Sisters of Hope, a national organization that commits their lives to living and preaching the message of hope through community organization, social work, education, environmental advocacy and retreat ministry. Recently Andrew has become a proud member of SAR -The Sons of The American Revolution where his ancestors date back to 1743 in the start of the fight for our freedom. This has brought new meaning to Andrew’s Mission - to see to it that every American has the confidence and the freedom to retire peacefully.

What is No Doubt Wealth?

Say goodbye to the worn-out advice that has you on a financial roller coaster. Contrary to what the Wall Street media machine promotes, you don't have to risk losing your hard-earned money to grow wealthy. There is a simple and clear plan to grow wealth with peace of mind. This book will give you the blueprint of how to do it.

Here's What You'll Learn From This Amazing Book:
  • Create Retirement Income You Can Count On: When will you run out of money in retirement? Most people have no idea. Learn how to create cash flow to last the rest of your life.
  • How you can use the same growth strategies of the ultra wealthy?
  • Why the world's first Billionaire John D. Rockefeller said, "If I had to give any advice, it would be to keep out of Wall Street."
  • Know the Truth about 401(k) taxes and fees that could end up costing you tens of thousands.
  • Financial Gurus Exposed: Does Suze Orman practice what she preaches? Does "Mad Money" Cramer's advice work?
  • How to "Finance Yourself To Wealth" and reduce or eliminate interest paid to banks and credit card companies.
  • Grow Your Money: How to get potential double-digit growth on your money during good years, but never lose a dime in the stock market when it crashes.
  • Don't Trust Washington Politicians to Lower Taxes: Take control of your tax liability by putting yourself into a Zero Percent Tax Bracket in retirement.
  • Protect Your Money: Never lose money again during market crashes or corrections due to economic recessions or catastrophes.
  • Outpace Inflation: Bank accounts and CDs aren't even keeping up with inflation. Learn strategies to safely grow your money at a rate that outpaces inflation so you aren't losing buying power.
  • Alternative to 401(k)s and IRAs: Maintain control and access to your money throughout your life without all the red tape of government qualified plans.

“Successful retirement is defined as a stream of income sufficient to sustain your chosen standard of living.

That standard of living is measured by income not the value of a pile of money.”

The Lump Sum Illusion

"What we need to be focused on is creating an INCOME not just a lump sum."

“There’s a big difference between wealth and income.

Knowing I have a million dollars doesn’t tell me the lifestyle I can enjoy from that million. What we care about is the lifestyle.

So you can forget fund values, income is all that matters. Just knowing how much money you have doesn’t tell you how you can live. You need to know how much you can buy.

The primary concern of the saver remains, what it always has been: Will I have sufficient income in retirement to live comfortably?”

— Robert C. Merton

6 Retirement Risks

Protection Risk

An untimely death or accident can create additional stress and financial pressure on our closest loved ones if we don't plan ahead.

Market Risk

A single 20% or 30% market crash can not only hurt your account balances, but it can cause you to run out of money years sooner.

Tax Risk

CPA and Tax Expert Ed Slott says “Taxes are a larger risk than market crashes.” If you have all your retirement income in qualified plans like IRAs and 401(k)s that require you to pay taxes when you take the money out, you have a huge tax liability.


Statistics show that long term health care costs can be the largest expense in retirement. What have you done to protect your nest egg and your family from being hammered by this expense?


Will your nest egg provide enough income to give you the retirement you want, for as long as you live? Most people have no idea.


Longevity is the great RISK MULTIPLIER. Do you know how long you will live? Hopefully a long prosperous life. Longer life spans multiply the likelihood of each of these risks happening to you.