Why Infinite Banking is Better for Any Investment

Once again, I could take the time to answer this thoroughly. However, Nelson Nash does such a good job at addressing this in his book, “Becoming Your Own Banker,” that I am going to take a excerpt from that to address this question. By the end of this you will see why any of your…

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Whole Life Insurance Cash Value

Happy New Year! Hopefully you’ve got some goals set to make 2013 your best year yet. This post is going to be focused on whole life insurance cash value, one piece of the whole life insurance puzzle. Whole Life Insurance Cash Value can be looked at in two ways – but before we get into…

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How Does Life Insurance Work

It may seem like a simple question, but it’s one that gets asked all too often and deserves a clear answer.  How does life insurance work? With life insurance coming in all different shapes, sizes and structures it’s not an easy question to answer but it also explains why so many people are trying to…

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IRS Rule 72t

According to Investopedia An Internal Revenue Service (IRS) rule that allows for penalty-free withdrawals from an IRA account. The rule requires that, in order for the IRA owner to take penalty-free early withdrawals, he or she must take at least five “substantially equal periodic payments” (SEPPs). The amount depends on the IRA owner’s life expectancy calculated with various IRS-approved methods. The IRS Rule…

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Mutual Fund Perfomance – Infographic

In case you weren’t aware, mutual fund performance has been abysmal over the past decade. The graph represents the total number of mutual funds available (a little over 7,000) and the total number of funds that performed better than the S&P 500 each year for the past 10 years.   That was fun!  I’m sure…

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401k Alternatives

401k plans have become as common as carrying a cell phone. It seems like everyone has one, or a form of it anyway. For those that aren’t familiar with exactly what they have, here is what a 401k actually does for you: 1. Defers taxes – Instead of paying taxes today, you can postpone those…

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Important Financial Decisions After Obama’s Reelection

Obama won the election and as such we have to at least consider what that means to each of us financially speaking.

Now more than ever you need to look at what you are doing with your money, and find ways to keep it safe and out of the tax loop.

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How Far Would You Go To Pick Up A Penny

Nick’s long lost cousin collected over $3,000 in pennies! Listen in as we talk about how far we would go to pick up loose change. Let’s just say some will go farther than others…

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The Most Successful Strategy To Never Retire

Wasted Money

If there was a strategy out there that actually made sure you never retire, would you care to know what it is? Maybe you wouldn’t care so much, unless of course you were one of the thousands that follow it, and didn’t know it. That being said, there is a such a strategy, and it…

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