We all know that inflation is running wild these days, but do you realize that there are actually three types of inflation we’re trying to combat at once?
Have you noticed it costs a lot more simply to exist these days? They call inflation the stealth tax because it’s not written in the tax code, but it affects each and every single one of us. So what impacts inflation?
Something I’m sure you heard us say before, is you finance every single purchase you make, you either pay cash and give up interest that you could have earned on that money, or you finance and pay up interest to another entity outside of your control.
Most financial advisors out there are focused on accumulating assets under management, meaning you have a lump sum of assets managed somewhere else. How could that advisor obtain those assets to manage them and hopefully earn you a better rate of return?
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 much life insurance, is too much life insurance? Well, here’s a secret. A life insurance company won’t insure you for more than you’re worth.
I recently had a conversation with a longtime client who had some life insurance set up prior to his retirement. He’s now ready to retire and he called me to discuss his options for his pension. He has a defined benefit pension plan through his employer. And he wanted to know which was the best choice for him as far as leaving survivor benefits for his spouse.
We’re often asked how to implement multiple policies using these specially designed life insurance policies designed for cash accumulation. When we talk about being in control of your cash, or being in control of your money, or being in control of your life. One of the main tools we use is the infinite banking concept.
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.