As a small business owner, you could feel limited in the ways you’re able to attract, retain and reward your key people. Let’s dive into how to use a whole life insurance policy to accomplish just that for your key people, so you’re able to keep them in the game.
In this blog, we’ll talk about how you’re using your money, how banks use it to make more (for
themselves), and how you can replicate their model of money flow to make sure you’re generating
wealth for as long as you live. We’ll talk about the infinite banking concept, how it works, and how
you can apply it in your own, everyday transactions and money strategies.
We have been constantly talking about the importance of you being in control of your money or regaining control of your money. So why is it so difficult to accomplish despite it being a very simple concept? In this blog post, we are going to talk about the unintended consequences that result from following traditional or conventional wisdom when it comes to your finances and how to regain control of your money by just knowing these things.
When you get a premium bill and your cash flow is limited, you should always pay the base premium first.The more you pay into the policy at that time, the higher rate of return you’re going to get within your policy.The next is the paid up additions rider.By paying the paid up additions rider in the first five years, it will give you access to more cash sooner so that you can start using your policy to pay for the things of life.The third priority is the policy loan interest.If you don’t pay the loan interest, the loan interest will be added to the loan balance and it may constrict the amount of cash value that is available in the future to access via the policy loan provision.The fourth area should be the actual loan balance. As your loan balance gets paid down, your cash equity increases.
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.
Have you ever had the thought “if only I could earn some more income, then I could finally reach my financial goals.” We’re going to show you why it’s not your income that’s holding you back and how some simple shifts in how you’re using your money can help you reach financial freedom.
We all make, earn and use money but have you ever really thought about how money works in your life? We’ll show you how to put money to work for you rather than having you working for money!
For every dollar that goes through our hands, we could only make two choices with it. We can either save it or spend it. Opportunity cost is the potential future value of your spent money. While others may tell you to chase rate of return, we’ll show you why opportunity cost is how you should be thinking!
Do you think earning compound interest on your money is a good thing or a bad thing? If earning compound interest is a good thing, when would you want to start, as soon as possible? And if you want to start as soon as possible, when would you want to stop? Never. Watch to the end to find out how you can make compound interest work for you!