Income for Life

Feb 2013 Palm Beach Wealth Builder’s Interview with Kim Butler


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May 17, 2013
May 17, 2013
Dear Palm Beach Wealth Builders Club Member,

Today, we tackle one of the most common—and important—questions we get from our readers on Income for Life. And that is:“Am I too old to benefit from Income for Life?” We posed this question to Kim Butler, one of the top Income for Life insurance experts in the country.Kim shows us a unique way to combine an Income for Life policy with a reverse mortgage to generate retirement income AND avoid the anxiety of spending down your retirement nest egg… This is a must-watch interview if you’re over 50 years old and considering our Income for Life strategy…

You can watch our interview here. Or you can read the transcript here.Send your feedback, questions, or comments to



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