Using Cash Value Insurance While Paying Off High Interest Debt

Hey. Thanks for stopping by this post. I am starting this out odd because, well, I’m a bit tired. The reason. This is the third time I am writing this post. I started out trying to show how to use life insurance with debts, but it got way too complicated. And every situation is so…

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Statistics Say We Are In a Crisis!

The 2013 scorecard from assetsandopportunity.org is, unfortunately, quite scary. What is striking to me is that net worth is still on the decline. In 2006 we hit our peak, 96,000 dollars was the median net worth. Now, that number has declined to 70,000 dollars in 2010. The most striking problem that I saw was the liquid…

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How Banks and the Federal Reserve are Working Hard to Rob America

The Mises Institute is one of the finest institutions for those interested in economics, and primarily Austrian economics. We interviewed Mark Thornton, who has been with Mises for over 30 years, on how banks work, and how government regulations are affecting the average American. I really wanted to dig a little deeper into our current…

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Infinite Banking and Debt

Most debt plans today help eliminate debt, but fail to create the added value the Infinite Banking Concept creates. The idea is not to just eliminate the debt, but to redirect those dollars back to you, ultimately eliminating the debt, but also putting the dollars back in your pocket.

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Don’t Buy Stuff You Can’t Afford

It’s funny, we get a good laugh from videos like this, but the reality is that this is how many of Americans live their lives, and government too. A lot of the economic crisis we are living is due to poor decisions by government, wall street, and other big name financial institutions, but we can’t take ourselves out of the picture…

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Are We In Over Our Heads? The US Debt Problem

The preacher said it best, “You cannot serve the Master, and the MasterCard” (“In Debt We Trust”). However, the US as a country, and as individual citizens, have been relying on debt to live day to day. “In the 1980s, households had 70 cents of debt for every dollar they spent in a year. Today…

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