Set yourself up for financial success!
Have you ever wondered how banks make money? Well, stick around to the end of this blog post because we’re going to go over the velocity of banking and why it’s vital to control the finance function in your life.
Do you have an IBC policy or are you thinking about getting one? If that sounds like you stick around to the end of this blog post because today we’re going to go over the four essential rules that need to be followed for any IBC policy to be put to work for you.
In this blog, we’ll talk about how you’re using your money, how banks use it to make more (for
themselves), and how you can replicate their model of money flow to make sure you’re generating
wealth for as long as you live. We’ll talk about the infinite banking concept, how it works, and how
you can apply it in your own, everyday transactions and money strategies.
For many people, the term 401k is synonymous with retirement preparation, and sometimes represents the full extent of
their preparedness. Such accounts are often included as part of a benefits package provided by employers, and chances
are if you have one, most of your retirement savings are being deposited into this account.
We would like to outline what it means for us to be a financial
advisor for our clients, and it’s not dissimilar to the relationship a golfer has with their caddie.
We all want to make the most of the resources available to us; to be as efficient as we can be while also avoiding wealth transfers. Once a decision has been made to part with our dollars, it is permanent. Since we can never have those dollars back again, it makes sense to spend them wisely.
Lifestyle money represents the dollars you are spending to maintain your current standard of living: where you live, what you eat, where you vacation etc. For many people, this is where the conversation ends. While everyone wants to solve their financial problems, reducing their current standard of living is not a popular option.
Have you ever had the thought “if only I could earn some more income, then I could finally reach my financial goals.” We’re going to show you why it’s not your income that’s holding you back and how some simple shifts in how you’re using your money can help you reach financial freedom.