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The Good Life Companies Share the Effects of Trump Tax Cuts

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WYOMISSING, Pa., Feb. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Recent changes in the U.S. tax law are not only benefiting employees of large companies, smaller companies such as The Good Life Companies are sharing the tax cut windfall with employees with bonuses up to $1,000.

Because of President Trump’s tax cuts, The Good Life Companies headquartered in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania are both yielding savings as well as seeing optimism in forecasts for the growth of the organization.  This will enable the company to pass rewards to more than 30 full time employees.

Additionally, The Good Life Companies also plans to increase budgetary commitments towards community projects and charitable donations.  They are looking to create dozens of new jobs to enhance their offering, support their robust technology projects, and increase client service.

“I got into this business at a time when our regulations were increasing which was driving prices higher.  Moreover, we were seeing more of our dollars that were needed to be redeployed back into business development and to increase employee morale, being unnecessarily spent on taxes.  We are proud of our employees, proud to give back more to them, and proud to continue to expand in our local marketplace and throughout the United States,” said Conor Delaney, CEO, The Good Life Companies.

The Good Life Companies have also sparked their local economy by purchasing and renovating a 24,000-square foot commercial property in Cumru Township, Pennsylvania.  The renovation has provided over $2,500,000 in revenue to local companies and employment for 100 people.  The result will give Good Life and its local partners more than 100 white-collar jobs in the greater Berks County region.  

The Good Life Companies is a multi-faceted organization and is comprised of four total entities. The Good Life Companies include a service company catered toward transitioning and servicing financial advisors to an independent channel, a full-serviced fixed general insurance agency, a Registered Investment Advisor and a retail financial planning practicing servicing the needs of retail clients around the country. The Good Life Companies is part of a fast-growing network of financial professionals who have made the decisions to work as independent financial advisors.

Securities offered through LPL Financial Member FINRA/SIPC. Investment advice offered through Good Life Advisors, LLC. a registered investment advisor. Good Life Companies and Good Life Advisors, LLC. are separate entities from LPL Financial.

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