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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.
On a daily basis, it seems as though we talk to one of two people. The first is a young person who sees no need for cash-value life insurance, and the second is a person in their forties, fifties, or sixties who is saying, “Man, I wish I had this information and acted on it 20 years ago.” Find out what connects these two types of people!
You’re in control of the process, which means you determine if, when, and how quickly those loans are paid. But now the question becomes, why is it important to pay back those loans?
You’ve heard us say it before and we’ll say it again: Whoever controls your cash flow controls your life. Today, we’re going to talk about why it’s important to control the banking function in your life.
Are you dreaming of the day when you finally get to ring the “debt-free bell”? If that sounds like you, stick around to the end of this blog because we are going to do a deep dive on whether it’s better to be debt-free or to own your own debt.
Are you looking to get started with the infinite banking concept but you’re wondering what the best type of policy is? Is it universal life, index universal life, variable universal life, or whole life insurance? Stick around because today we’re going to do a deep dive on what the best type of policy is for you and your situation.
Do you make a good income but still find yourself living paycheck to paycheck? If that sounds like you, stick around to the end of this blog. Today we’re going to show you why it’s not how much money you make, it’s how much money you keep that really matters.