Have you been looking at your finances lately and realized it’s time for you to kick it into gear? Here’s a secret. The strategies that got you to where you are today are not going to be the same strategies that are going to move you forward toward financial freedom.
Have you ever wondered how people afford sending their children to college? Sometimes the first child is manageable, the second is tight. And by the third or fourth child, it’s downright impossible.
The most recent word on the street is that student loan repayments are going to begin again in October of 2023. What does that mean if you’ve been spending that money instead of saving it or paying toward your student loans all along?
So you’re thinking about getting started with a specially designed whole life insurance policy designed for cash accumulation. Maybe you want to expand your business or protect your family, or you want to get started with the infinite banking concept. Today, let’s dive into the four questions you need to ask before you sign the final policy papers.
In Nelson Nash’s book, Becoming Your Own Banker, he mentions that your goal should be to have your premium deposits equal to your expenses. Does that mean you should be paying your expenses through your policy loans? Not necessarily.
Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a regular whole life insurance policy versus a whole life insurance policy designed for cash accumulation? Well, there are a few differences in the way the policy performs and their design.
In today’s economic environment, with high interest rates and high inflation, anyone could end up with a credit card balance. But the question is, how do you get out of that debt as quickly and as efficiently as possible? And how do you do it in a way where you actually come out better off than you were before?
Small businesses are currently facing the twin challenges of high interest rates and high inflation. They’re paying more for loans and raw materials while trying to maintain a good quality of life for their employees, all while trying to grow their business.
If you haven’t noticed, the world we live in is becoming more and more polarized. There are so many conflicting opinions out there.
Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business, and having access to cash is kind of like the lungs.