One of my most frequently asked questions is how many policies should I have and whether is there a benefit to having one big policy versus several smaller policies. When deciding what the best policy for you is, you may be wondering how much premium is too much premium and what is the benefit of having multiple policies working for you.
When on a search for financial freedom, there are a lot of different opinions out there and it can be hard to decide what is the best decision for your situation.
Do you realize that we finance every single purchase we make, whether we pay up interest by financing or give up interest by paying cash? There’s not really any middle ground. What is the best way to make purchases in the most efficient manner?
When it comes to starting your banking system, the most important piece of advice that I give people is to start where you are. Start with whatever budget feels comfortable for your situation at the time.
There are many definitions of leverage, but the one I like best in financial terms is to use the least amount of money to control the greatest amount of assets. Think about it. For real estate investors, what do they do? They borrow other people’s money. They get bank loans to buy real estate, and then they let their tenants pay the mortgage.
If you’re looking into the infinite banking concept using a whole life insurance policy, I’m sure you’ve heard of the different splits. Do I do a 90/10? Do I do an 80/20? Do I do a 40/60? What is the best design for me and how do I get the most out of my policies?
If you have a whole life insurance policy, there’s a contractual provision built into your contract that allows for policy loans. Policy loans are unique in that they’re unstructured, and you have guaranteed access via this loan provision. We usually recommend policy loans for our clients because they’re unstructured and they make the rest of their money more efficient.
When it comes to specially designed whole life insurance policies designed for cash accumulation, you hear us talk about the cash value as well as the death benefit. A question that we’ll often get at the death of the insured is, “Are both the death benefit and the cash value, paid out to the named beneficiary?”
The holiday season is officially upon us. Let’s talk about how to manage spending and how to finance the holiday season because, for many Americans across the country, the holiday season can feel like a major capital purchase.
Do you have a Ferrari in your garage, and you’ve never driven it? Someone recently reached out and they had a 12-year-old life insurance policy sitting doing nothing. This means they had cash value in the policy that’s accumulated over the last 12 years, and they’ve never put that money and deployed it in their financial system before. So we were able to create a plan for them to get out of debt.