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?
As you go through life, everything changes. The only thing certain in life is, in fact, change. So when you first get a job or you first start in business, your goal is to create 100% of your earned income to support your lifestyle. And as time goes by and you evolve towards retirement, your reliance on earned income will go down and you will transition to 100% of your lifestyle being funded by passive income. And as we’re evolving from 100% earned income to 100% passive income, there are various stages.
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.
Have you ever wondered how people afford sending their children to college? Sometimes the first child is manageable, the second is tight. And by the third or fourth child, it’s downright impossible.
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.
Have you ever consider what impact external elements are going to have on your ability to thrive and retire one day? Let’s talk about the five core elements that have a huge impact on our financial security.
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?
We often talk about the living benefits associated with cash value life insurance. Wouldn’t the best way to make sure your money goes as far as possible and as as efficient as possible be by protecting it from taxes?
When it comes to funding college tuition for your children, sending one child to college is expensive, sending two is almost manageable, and sending three could be downright impossible.