Estate Planning 101

Regardless of the size of your estate, without proper planning your legacy could be significantly affected leaving your beneficiaries with massive headaches. Most people want to be remembered by their kids and grandkids for leaving a lasting legacy but without proper planning you would be amazing at how quickly money and assets can disappear.


Today we are joined by 25 year law veteran and Estate Planning Attorney Mark Wight who helps make sense of planning for the inevitable event of demise, as well as the possibility of incapacitation. All while lessening the burden on surviving family members. Whether you are worth 100 Million or 100 thousand dollars this information is vital.


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The Dan Thompson Story

If you haven’t had a chance to read Dan’s story you will find this video very educational. Dan’s story started where most financial advisors are today- in frustration with markets and with little control over anything. When the lightbulb went on Dan discovered he could create great performance by giving clients more control, and reducing…

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Video: Illegal Everything

This is a great little video that includes how many laws the government makes every year, little girls getting lemonade stands shut down by the police, and people getting arrested for simply running their business.

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The Tax Benefits of Transferring Whole Life Insurance to Heirs

When it comes to the death of a spouse or loved one, there are many factors that play a role in how much is actually passed on to family members. However, it’s important to understand why life insurance can provide not only money for expenses, but also provide tax free distributions.

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3 Ways To Keep Saving On The Mind

I’ve been a saver for most of my life. I still buy from the dollar menu when I eat out (and believe me, that menu is dwindling). Not that everyone needs to be as extreme as I am, but there are certainly some things I try to do to keep savings on the mind, it…

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The Profitable Business of Term Insurance and Mutual Funds

Special guest Dave Ramsey gets our conversation started on the lucrative business of term insurance and mutual funds. In this podcast we explore the roots of the ‘buy term and invest the difference’ philosophy. This transition from safety and guarantees has been an incredibly profitable business model for select elites as well as banks and financial institutions, at the expense of the average consumer.

Want to see for yourself? This video will help you navigate through the FDIC website to find out how much money major banks have in cash value life insurance. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOnqQbCBvcY

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The Zeroes: The Decade Wall Street Went Insane

The 2000’s taught us a lot about Wall Street greed and what happens when traders and banks gamble with the average consumers’ money. After watching this short documentary ask yourself the question: Are you shouldering the risk while someone else gambles with your money in hopes of dreams that are too good to be true?

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Economist Carlos Lara on Inflation, Privatized Banking, and The Federal Reserve

One of the heaviest taxes we pay, and will pay, is the inflation of our dollars. This could potentially be the biggest problem we face, and it stems from the banking industry, government, and the federal reserve. We invited Carlos Lara, an expert in Austrian Economics, to share with us how privatized banking is a key step to controlling inflation.

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Lobbying, Power and Corruption

When speaking about lobbyist and lobbying firms former lobbyist Jack Abromoff said, “I was participating in a system of legalized bribery. All of it is bribery. They all participate, all of them.”

There are over 11,000 registered lobbyists in Washington alone. Name any big political issue and you’ll find a wave of millions of lobbying dollars rolling in behind it. In 2009 3.5 Billion dollars was spend on lobbying – these dollars went to everything from agriculture and defense to finance and health care.

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Special Guest: Nelson Nash – Discoverer of the Infinite Banking Concept

If you’ve learned anything about the Infinite Banking Concept than there is one thing we are certain of… you’ve heard the name Nelson Nash. Nash is the discoverer of the Infinite Banking Concept and the first to ever put this strategy on paper in his book titled, “Becoming Your Own Banker.” Listen in as Nelson shares with us how he discovered the Infinite Banking Concept, and why his personal experience is the reason he has made it his mission to share the value of dividend paying whole life insurance.

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