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The Million Dollar Round Table - Court Of The Table MemberFreeman Owen Jr., host of Safe Money Talk on CBS Radio and founder and CEO of Financial Sources, Inc. celebrated his fifth year as a member of the Million Dollar Round Table(MDRT) and one of its most prestigious incentive program, Court of the Table. As a Member of the Premier Association of Financial Professionals, Freeman Owen Jr. continues to improve the lives and retirement finances of millions of individuals around America, both through direct consultation and through the reach of his radio show, Safe Money Talk.

The Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT), the Premier Association of Financial Professionals, was established in 1927 with the mission of bringing together the leading financial professionals from around the world and to establish a forum in which these professionals may learn from one another to provide exemplary service to their clients while maintaining the “highest standards of ethics, knowledge, service and productivity.” Since the organization’s inception, the MDRT has grown to a membership of nearly 36,000 of the world’s leading life insurance and financial professionals in nearly 80 countries around the world.

Freeman Owen Jr. has dedicated his life to giving his clients and listeners knowledge that empowers them to plan for a safe, comfortable retirement. His acceptance as a member of the MDRT bears testament to the fact that Freeman Owen Jr. is one of the top retirement planning professionals in the world. The MDRT incentive programs, Top of the Table and Court of the Table, is an honor reserved for financial professionals that have demonstrated exceptional productivity and sales ability.

Listen to Freeman’s Radio Show “Safe Money Talk”, via online streaming or in the car, every Friday from 9-10am EST on The Big Talker 1580AM as he discusses topics like:

  • Lowering the tax burden of retired seniors
  • Avoiding irreversible and costly financial mistakes
  • Preventing the IRS from taking most of your money from your retirement nest egg