The 3 Biggest Secrets of the Wealthy

I suppose with such a bold title I could drag this post out like a murder mystery and make you wait until the last line, building suspense, in order to finally hit you with some amazing new information you never knew that would change your life. But I won’t do that. In the book, “The…

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High – and often hidden – cost of government sponsored retirement plans

Ron Lieber writes for the New York Times and has recently focused his attention on how 401(k) fees are structured, identified and communicated to participants. click here to read his article One major issue I see is the fact that the 401(k) plan has only been around for 30 years. Plans first started emerging in…

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Infinite Banking Explained

In this video, Dan Thompson goes into the Infinite Banking Concept and exactly what it entails. There are a lot changes forthcoming as it relates to government, taxes, banking and other areas. We have a lot to be concerned about, and Dan explains how Wealthonomics utilizes the Infinite Banking Strategy to eliminate losses and take control of your finances.

He also goes into why permanent life insurance is the most valuable place to create your private banking system.

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Discovering New Tax Advantages for Business Owners

Often times as individuals, we look back on the past and wish we would have done something different.  With banking this is a common occurrence, especially for business owners (doctors, dentists, small business, etc.). The reason why this is so common is because of the tax advantages that come with this system. The benefits are…

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Funding Life Insurance with Home Equity

I had an interesting conversation with a client the other day. He suggested he use his home-equity to fund an insurance policy. While I never recommend this strategy (there have been many lawsuits for this exact strategy) in some circumstances it can be financially smart. That being said, there are certain things to be aware…

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Does the Infinite Banking Concept Really Work?

This is a great question, and the answer is simple. Yes and No. Listen as Dan explains why the concept works and who it may not work for. [/quicktime]http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mov/wealthonomics.org/VideoPodcast/Does-the-Infinite-Banking-Concept-Really-Work.mov[/quicktime]

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Infinite Banking For Real Estate Investors

Real estate investors have added incentive to utilize the banking concept. Whether utilizing this strategy for downpayments or for entire real estate purchases, the infinite banking system enhances the real estate investors overall returns. When real estate investors utilize the infinite banking concept in conjunction with real estate purchases, they create a way to access…

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Common Mistakes Investment Advisors Make

This is an explanation of the common mistakes investment advisors make today. http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mov/wealthonomics.org/VideoPodcast/Dan-on-Common-Mistakes.mov

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Is Whole Life Insurance a Good Investment?

More and more people are asking the question, “Is Whole Life Insurance a Good Investment?” What are the pros and cons? As mutual funds and the stock market continue to disappoint investors, there is a gravitation to the safety and guarantees offered by whole life insurance. I was talking with a client a few weeks…

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How The Stock Market Is Affected By Natural Disasters

Posted by Becoming Your Own Bank Advisor – Nick Drzayich I just got done reading an article on msn.com detailing how the earthquake in Japan has caused US stocks to plummet.  The earthquake caused damage to a nuclear power complex that has been the site of three explosions, each explosion causing more of potential radiation…

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