Sometimes money concepts could feel complex, especially compound interest versus simple interest, and how they impact your life insurance policies. Interest is a very complex topic, the further you dig into it, the more complex it gets.
You hear us talk all the time about using life insurance cash values to finance the things of life. Recently, we had a client who used her life insurance policy values in order to finance a home purchase.
If you have an investment portfolio, chances are you’ve heard of a 60/40 split. 60% equities with 40% bonds and you’ll be safe. However, do you realize that the 60/40 split recently had the worst year ever because of the inverse relationship between interest rates and bond prices?
As a small business owner, you could feel limited in the ways you’re able to attract, retain and reward your key people. Let’s dive into how to use a whole life insurance policy to accomplish just that for your key people, so you’re able to keep them in the game.
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.
Not all life insurance companies are created equally. Some are better than others, and some are better for specific uses, like implementing the infinite banking concept than others. Let’s go over exactly what you need to be looking for in a life insurance company as you get ready to implement the infinite banking concept.
Sometimes you’ll hear that whole life insurance is a bad investment. And let’s just get that off the table now, because life insurance is not an investment. Let’s go over five reasons why you would want to own a whole life insurance policy.
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?