Make Money For Your Business And For Yourself While Planning For Retirement

I was reading an article on www.MorningStar.com about retirement planning for business owners (article here) where they answered a question… “Question: I’m starting my own consulting business. It’s slow-going, but I don’t want to neglect retirement planning while I’m getting my business off the ground. Do you have any thoughts on where to start? I…

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Dude, Where Did My Savings Go?!

I ran across this graphic today and thought I’d share.  Why in the world aren’t we saving more? Seems like workers in the 70’s and 80’s had their heads on straight, saving somewhere around 10% of what they made.  The problem they ran into is the stock market tanked at the worst time – right…

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How Baby Boomers Will Affect The Financial Markets

On January 1st, 2011, Kathleen Casey-Kirschling was the nation’s 1st baby boomer to turn 65, along with around 10,000 more. According to Pew Research, 10,000 of these Baby Boomers will be turning 65 each day throughout 2011. They continue, “26% of the total U.S. population are Baby Boomers…(this) will dramatically change the composition of the…

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Time To Retire Your 401(k)

I ran across an interesting article the other day written by Stephen Gandell and featured in the October 2009 edition of Time Magazine.  Gandell talks about the various reasons why 401(k)s have failed their owners since their inception.  You can click here to read the article in it’s entirety.  I would recommend it to anyone…

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The Dan Thompson Story

It was April of 1986 and I just found out that I passed my series 7 securities exam with a score of over 90%. Anything over 70% would be a passing grade and after the 6 hour test all I wanted to do was to pass. I had dreamed of this day. I was now…

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Build Your Financial Foundation

Building a solid financial foundation seems boring, wouldn’t you rather be trading stocks, buying low, selling high and feeling the rush that comes from risking your money for the chance of hitting the jackpot?  Maybe I’m a boring person but I’d rather start with a foundation and then play around with money that I know…

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Case Study #1: Banking for Dentists

Here is a little explanation on how the Infinite Banking Concept can be used to improve the wealth creation of a dentist and his practice.

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Why Infinite Banking is not for Everyone

Maybe you are someone who has been extremely disciplined with your finances and you’re thinking that implementing the Infinite Banking strategy won’t better your situation. Most likely you are absolutely right.  In fact infinite banking could be the furthest thing from a solution for you and your situation.  But since you’re already here let me…

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Infinite Banking Overview Book

  If you’ve done any research on The Infinite Banking Concept you know there is a sea of information online about the concept.  Not to mention plenty of books written to explain the intricacies of Becoming Your Own Bank.  Of all the books written there isn’t one that gives an overview of the concept in…

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Vacation Wisely

  Becoming Your Own Bank is often referred to as The Infinite Banking Concept, and for good reason, the ways Becoming Your Own Bank can be used truly are infinite. There are over 100,000 families and individuals across the country using Becoming Your Own Bank for thousands of different reasons, many of which use their…

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