Alternative Investments

Now more than ever people are looking for a safer alternative investment to what they currently have. They want an alternative investment to whatever is not currently working for them. Let’s take a look at some of these investments that you may or may not be using and see if we can find an alternative…

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Can You Really Get A Deal On Everything?

How great would it feel to know you got a deal on something you never thought you could? That’s an easy answer. It would feel great! I decided to put this to the test, and get a deal on something I thought would be near impossible. How Creativity Creates Uncommon Results I started landscaping my…

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“Us and Them”: Who Stimulates the Wall Street Mentality

Control. It’s what puts the millions of dollars every year into the pockets of the big wigs, and even the small wigs, in the Wall Street arena. However, who really stimulates the consistent persistence of this Wall Street mentality? Is it us or them? We live in a culture of I want it now, credit…

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Is Infinite Banking A Scam?

So you’ve come across a strategy that you’ve never heard of before, that claims some serious advantages, and you can’t help but ask the question… Is the Infinite Banking Concept a scam? If it is, you certainly don’t want to be the sucker that got conned, and if it isn’t, you could be passing up…

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Financial Education – How America Stacks Up

Is our country financially stupid?  Hardly.  But you might be surprised at some of the findings in a recent financial literacy report.  The report was run by Visa and gauges the financial strengths, but more importantly, the weaknesses of many different countries around the world. And the winner is…. I’ll get right to the final…

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Safe Retirement Investment

I recently talked to a good friend who was starting his first “real” job.  He told me about the orientation he sat through and the retirement options he was given.  As you might imagine the main option was a 401(k) plan, others included a 457 plan and an IRA.  I asked him a simple question:…

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Bonds Outperform Stocks Over 30 Years

I was prompted to write this article when I recently read that, over the past 30 years, bonds have outperformed the stock market. What makes this even more interesting is that in our recent Linkedin poll we found that only 5% of those polled invested in bonds versus 56% investing in stocks and mutual funds.

If you are like millions that have been invested in the stock market, banking on the “buy and hold” strategy, this news should make you cringe. Think about it, you would have been better off investing in those boring old bonds that nobody pays attention to instead of holding on for dear life as the market played with your money.

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Infinite Banking Insurance Companies

We get asked a lot about the different insurance companies that are used for Infinite Banking and I think it’s a valid question – who doesn’t want to know a little bit about the company they’ll be sending their money to? We call them “Banking Friendly.” These are insurance companies that understand exactly what we…

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Baby Item Deals

We are very excited for our first little girl to arrive in the next few weeks, and already she’s keeping us busy. For the past few months we’ve been on the hunt for deals to fill up the nursery and collect all the other necessities that come with a newborn. This is actually the start…

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What Are Paid Up Additions

If you are considering purchasing life insurance, you may have heard about a rider called the “paid up additions” rider, or PUA. It’s a rider that I personally use, and if your purpose is to accumulate cash value quickly, like we do with the Infinite Banking Concept, this rider can be beneficial. Here’s what you…

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