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Give While You Live! Picking up where they left off last episode, “No BS Money Guy,” Todd Strobel, and best-selling financial author, Kim D. H. Butler, resume talking about life insurance and how we can use it for our benefit … 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
“Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future.” -Neils Bohr, Danish Physicist The Challenges of Choosing Life Insurance Should you buy term insurance, permanent insurance (also called whole life or cash value), or both? It’s a major financial decision everyone … Continue reading
“The best things in life are free But you can give ‘em to the birds and bees I need money;that’s what I want!” -from Money (That’s What I Want), written by Berry Gordy and Janie Bradford. Recorded in 1959 by … Continue reading
I don’t want to tell you how much insurance I carry with the Prudential, but all I can say is: when I go, they go too.” – Jack Benny, comedian (1894-1974). An on-air penny-pincher who pretended that he would sooner … Continue reading
LISTEN: Ignorant Certainty (11:59min) The French essayist Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592) sagely observed: “Nothing is so firmly believed as what is least known.” Although Montaigne’s comments are more than four centuries old, they still apply today – especially when the … Continue reading
LISTEN: Fourth-Leg Contrarian Indicator: Life Insurance Must Make Sense, Because Fewer People Have It. (mp3audio) (4:11 min) A contrarian is someone who believes the herd is usually wrong: the herd is usually running just behind the curve, the herd buys … Continue reading