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149. How You Can Build Wealth via Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) & SD Retirement Accts w Nathan Long

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In this episode, Thomas Castelli here is joined with Nathan Long, Certified IRA Services Professional (CISP) and President of Quest Trust Company.

Today we discuss building wealth through self-directed retirement accounts plus the wealth-building power of Health Savings Accounts aka HSAs.

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