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Tag Archives: Kim Butler
Last week we published a post with the first two videos in this interview series with syndicated financial author Steve Savant. His “Let’s Get Down to Business” show is for financial advisors, but we thought many of our readers would enjoy … Continue reading
Recently I had the opportunity to be interviewed by syndicated financial columnist Steve Savant, whose video show Let’s Get Down to Business produces daily content for financial and insurance professionals. Although it was filmed for a different audience, it’s a … Continue reading
“Busting the Retirement Lies makes a compelling argument that we’ve been thinking about aging all wrong… and not just financially speaking.” – Nelson Nash, best-selling author of Becoming Your Own Banker It’s Time to Re-Think Retirement! Is this idea of … 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
“To touch the soul of another human being is to walk on holy ground.” -Stephen R. Covey, 1932-2012 We usually discuss matters of personal finance here at Partners for Prosperity, Inc, but this week we tackle a topic no less … Continue reading
The “No BS Money Guy” Todd Strobel and Kim Butler from Partners for Prosperity, Inc. have teamed up to present the Guide to Financial Peace program on Blog Talk Radio! We’re excited to share with you our episodes from our … Continue reading
“Live Long and Prosper.” – Spock. People are living longer than ever before. And to some, that’s not good news. As a recent article from Reuters notes with alarm: “People worldwide are living three years longer than expected on average, … Continue reading