The Banking Effect – Update

Dan Thompson’s second book, THE BANKING EFFECT, is in the final phase of editing! It won’t be long before you can get your hands on a copy. The book will be available on Amazon in hardcopy and kindle version. The Banking Effect is the perfect book for those looking to learn more about the Infinite…

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The Truth About Asset Allocation

You often hear buzz words like asset allocation when listening to the traditional advisor. In this video, Dan discusses the reality of asset allocation, and that it simply does not work. [quicktime]http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mov/wealthonomics.org/VideoPodcast/Dan-on-Asset-Allocation.mov[/quicktime]

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Infinite Banking for Real Estate Investors

For Real Estate investors the Infinite Banking Concept can create additional value for your investments. It acts as a better source of capital that creates more growth, and less tax liability. Listen to Dan as he explains the value of the Infinite Banking Concept in conjunction with real estate.

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The Banking Effect

After hearing an overwhelming demand for a cut and dry explanation of how to use a private banking system Dan Thompson has been hard at work putting together his second book, titled THE BANKING EFFECT. Stay tuned for more updates! For those who want to receive a free copy hot off the press tell us…

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A Better Mousetrap

An excerpt from, “Discovering Hidden Treasures” by Dan Thompson Over the past twenty four years that I’ve been in the financial business, I’ve seen advisors doing the same thing over and over again. Buying all the way up to a crash or what is commonly called a “correction” then advising clients to remain steady, hold on, and…

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The Truth About Asset Allocation

Asset allocation is one of those “buzz phrases” that has been used by financial planners for a long time to help keep their clients feeling warm and fuzzy in inside.  Coupled with the phrase portfolio diversification, asset allocation was all a planner needed to say to gain the trust of a prospective client. Well unless…

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Thinking About Turning Your 401k into a Roth?

On September 16th a bill was passed by the senate known as the Small Business Jobs Bill.  The bill is expected to pass through the house without change and be signed into law.  Somewhere within the recesses of the bill is a shiny object that will attract a lot of attention.  A provision which will…

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The GPS View

Post by BecomingYourOwnBank.com Owner – Dan Thompson Last week I was traveling in an unfamiliar part of the country. Luckily we have the technology to put into a GPS the address of the destination and within seconds we have a mapped out plan of how to get where we want to go. What is really interesting is…

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401(k)’s Record Hardship Withdrawals At 10 Year High

Post by BecomingYourOwnBank.com Owner – Dan Thompson NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — Withdrawals from 401(k) retirement saving plans saw their biggest spike in over ten years, Fidelity Investments said on Friday, in the latest sign of a dismal economy. Fidelity reported that 62,000 Fidelity participants made hardship withdrawals from their 401(k) workplace plans during the second…

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Mutually Owned and Publicly Traded Companies

Guest Post by Alicia Eberle There are two common forms of insurance companies: 1) mutually owned, and 2) publicly traded.So why does a life insurance company’s ownership structure matter to a policyowner – to you? When choosing a life insurance company, it’s important to know how a company is run. While both a mutually owned…

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