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Category Archives: WHOLE LIFE INSURANCE
“The sooner you save, the faster your money can grow…” -Forbes.com, “The Five Most Important Money Lessons to Teach Your Kids“ Are you considering buying life insurance for an heir?In last week’s post, “Life Insurance for Children and Grandchildren – … Continue reading
“If you want to start an argument, ask a group of financial advisers what they think about buying life insurance for children.” – Bankrate.com Should you get life insurance for a child? Don’t people only “need” life insurance if they … Continue reading
“Believe (me), it’s not fun trying to explain to a client why his cash value went down and what are those high fees about.” – Agent/Advisor discussing Whole Life vs. Universal Life with a colleague Have you ever wondered if … Continue reading
“The measure of prosperity should be not how much money we have, but rather how much freedom we have with our money.” – Kim Butler, Infinite Banking Practitioner, Author of Live Your Life Insurance Last month, we published an article … Continue reading
“YOU ‘FINANCE’ everything you buy. You either pay interest to someone else or you give up interest you could have earned.” -R. Nelson Nash, Becoming Your Own Banker There is an idea called the Infinite Banking Concept (it goes by … Continue reading
“A penny here, and a dollar there, placed at interest, goes on accumulating, and in this way the desired result is attained.” -P.T. Barnum The Whole Life Insurance Dilemma: Taking Your Cash vs. Taking a Policy Loan Need a chunk … Continue reading
“Target-date funds… are the lazy investors dream.” -The “Buy Like Buffet” blog If you’ve been following our blog, you’re aware that we’re not big fans of target-date funds.They have suffered from poor market performance, higher-than-necessary fees, and other substantial problems … Continue reading