Regaining control of your money means putting you in a position where you could access your money when you need it. When we talk about plugging those leaky holes in your financial bucket, it’s literally identifying the five major areas where you are giving up control of your money. Those areas are taxes, how you fund your retirement, how you pay for your children’s college, how you pay for your real estate mortgages and how you make major capital purchases. We do a deep dive as to how you’re using your money in these five areas to show you exactly where you’re giving up control of your money.
The cost of college is not the same for everyone. Not everyone who goes to the same school in the same year will pay the same amount for college. The cost of college is individual to each family, and it’s based on a few factors used in the financial aide calculation. That calculation includes parent’s income, parent’s assets, student’s income and student’s assets.
Congratulations! You are now ready to access the cash value in your life insurance policy and might want to organize your finances by separating your family finances from your policy finances. In this blogpost we will talk about everything you need to know about setting up a segregated account for your policy finances.
Only in a whole life insurance policy, you can have access to the cash values without draining the tank. Basically you’re able to continuously earn compound interest and access that money to make an investment that will potentially earn you a higher rate of return.
One of the most misunderstood concepts of life insurance policies is the so-called 4% guaranteed rate of interest.
As a result of it a lot of times people get a life insurance policy but don’t see what they are told – the guaranteed 4% rate of return.
The 4% isn’t a guaranteed interest rate of return, but rather a discount rate.
Currently we’re at 20.7 trillion of money in circulation. In 2025, it’s projected to be 33.5 trillion, and in 2029, it’s projected to be $53.9 trillion. Doesn’t that create inflation? What does that mean to us? Well, isn’t inflation really having an effect on the purchasing power of our money? Isn’t that literally a way that the government found to pay their bills by taking money from us, stealing our purchasing power?
Banks are really good at getting us to do what’s in their best interest and they do it under the premise that it’s in our best interest. And they’re so good at doing it, most of the time, we don’t even know what’s happening.
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.
We all know the death benefit when it comes to life insurance policies, but how would you like to become the beneficiary of your own policy? Well, stick around to the end of this video, because we’re going to show you how to take advantage of the living benefits of life insurance.
Do you make a great income, but still can’t seem to get ahead financially? Are you doing all the right things, paying cash for purchases, keeping your debt at a minimum and saving as much as you can for your future, but still feel like you’re living paycheck to paycheck? Well, stick around to the end of this video, because we’re going to pull back the curtain on conventional wisdom and show you exactly why you can’t seem to get ahead.