My Top 3 – Free Online Services As An Entrepreneur

1. Mailchimp   I’m not even going to write an introductory paragraph, because MailChimp takes precedence. I can’t say enough good about MailChimp. I love all the options I have in their system, and I absolutely enjoy the atmosphere on the website. If you don’t know what I mean, go check them out. The little…

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Infinite Banking- Charging Yourself Extra Interest

This post is part of our Frequently Asked Questions resource page. The idea of paying, or charging, yourself extra interest is more of a philosophy than a rule, and is commonly taught incorrectly, in my opinion. The idea of paying yourself more interest than the insurance company charges is simply a way of forcing yourself to…

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Infinite Banking – How Policy Loans Work

This post is part of our Frequently Asked Questions resource page. Life insurance policy loans are one of the least understood aspects of the Infinite Banking strategy. In fact, many insurance agents have been banned from selling insurance through different companies, simply because they portrayed loans incorrectly. It’s a common belief that, just like a bank…

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The Elevation Group – My Review of the Arbitrage or “Clone” Strategy

I received an interesting e-mail from a client of mine yesterday. We’ve been implementing an insurance-based strategy for the last couple months, so he is constantly learning new things, finding new books, and reading new articles about the strategy. I’m glad he found this one. For those who haven’t read it, it’s an email newsletter…

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Buyer’s Remorse And A Door-To-Door Salesman

In recent posts I’ve talked about the idea of buying impulsively and my rule to “never say ‘Yes’ the first time.” My most recent experience is a testament to the fact that knowledge does not always convert to action. I think its a natural inclination to hide the bad and flaunt the good, but my…

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How To Save Money On Groceries

As someone in the financial industry I get asked often how to prepare for an economic disaster. It is very apparent that people are concerned about where our economy is going and how they can prepare for it… and rightfully so. Everyone talks about buying gold, buying gold, and buying gold. Now before I make…

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How I Save $828 Dollars A Year On My Phone Bill

Over the course of a few years I’ve created an ideal situation for my personal and business lines. Its saved me thousands of dollars and given my partners and I unlimited calling options on our personal, and business phone plans. It started a few years ago when I was investigating how to cut back on…

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Retirement Savings

Stop. If you are following the wall street mentality to retire, you may be in for a shock. Many of these investments have failed the very people who rely on them, and are only making the banks and fund managers rich…not the investors. In fact, many retirement savings vehicles provided by wall street pay the…

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One Easy Tip To Saving Money And Getting Deals

When it comes time to buy something, I am extremely meticulous and detailed in my research. I’ve been looking, for some time now, at getting some kind of TV service. It is no secret that I am extremely frugal, so we haven’t even had TV in our home, and still don’t. We’ve been using our…

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The Government Wants Your Retirement Money

The government is looking for any way possible to reduce the huge amount of debt it has racked up. Now there is even talk of tapping into American’s retirement accounts. Something to think about for those planning on starting a government sponsored retirement plan or that currently contribute to one.

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