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.
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.
When you first start your business, it’s very important, actually, it’s vital that you reinvest the profits into the business to help the business grow. However, as your business continues to grow more and more, your net worth becomes enmeshed in the business. Consequently, your net worth becomes illiquid and inaccessible. And that has a direct impact on your cash flow.
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.
Make no mistake about it – whether you finance through conventional methods, through a bank or a finance company, or with using our process and borrowing against your cash value – every payment you make will increase somebody’s net worth. Using our process, you will increase your net worth.