The Prosperity Podcast

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Shifting Investing Away from the Stock Market (Episode 036)

Stocks Are NOT the Only Investments!

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Kim Butler and Todd Strobel respond to a user-question about why the American society refers to investing with the stock market. Kim discusses ways around the market and the multiple outlets outside of the stock market. Todd explains the importance of educating yourself on all the ways in which your money can be invested. Finally, life settlements from life insurance are analyzed.

Where else can you invest? Find out about investing away from the stock market on today’s episode of the Prosperity Podcast.

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Bullet-Proof Your Savings (Episode 035)

Life Insurance: the Bullet-Proof Vest for Money

P4P035-BulletProofYourSavingsKim Butler and Todd Strobel dig into the theory that banks are the safest place to save money. Kim explains how life insurance provides better dividends than banks and details what banks ought to be used for. Todd talks about government interventions and how life insurance affects college aid. Finally, Kim and Todd look into the resources available that we provide to broaden your knowledge about life insurance.

Have you ever wondered why movies never show a life insurance agency being held up? Find out on today’s episode of the Prosperity Podcast.

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Self-Directed IRAs: The Lesser Known IRA (Episode 034)

“Rolling” Control Into Your Pocket With Self-Directed IRAs

P4P034-TheLesserKnownIRAOn today’s episode of the Prosperity Podcast, best-selling financial author Kim Butler and No BS Money Guy Todd Strobel uncover the reasons you should know about self-directed IRAs. They discuss their benefits and disadvantages.

Kim explains the term “roll” as it relates to finances. Todd compares self-directed IRAs against a 401(k). Finally, they breakdown the different payoffs that are associated with your self-directed IRA.

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Talking With Your Kids About Money

Teaching Children to Become Prosperous Adults

P4P033-TalkingWithYourKidsAboutMoneyKim Butler and Todd Strobel respond to a user question about when to talk about money with your children. Kim explains the benefits of starting early and brings up, The Opposite of Spoiled, by Ron Lieber in discussing allowances. Then, Todd breaks down a trend in millennial student debt and they look into alternative solutions to that debt. We all know money talks, but do we know how to talk about money? Find out on today’s episode of the Prosperity Podcast.

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Annual Review Checklist

Keeping your finances on track… Prosperity Economics  style.

P4P032-AnnualInsuranceReviewChecklistKim Butler and Todd Strobel go over several ideas, strategies, and best practices to maximize your money. For instance, Kim explains how you may be able to dramatically increase the upper limits of your property and casualty protection… with NO out-of-pocket costs!

Kim and Todd also give an important tip on how you can use your smartphone to help protect your belongings! Kim discusses mortgages, life insurance, disability, and long-term care insurance as well. Finally, they discuss where and how to store your cash. When was the last time you looked over your insurance and finances? Has it been too long? Find out what steps to put on your financial checklist on today’s episode of the Prosperity Podcast.

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The Momentum of a Movement

The Prosperity Economics Movement vs. a Financial Practice

Best-selling financial author Kim Butler and No B.S. Money Guy Todd Strobel explain why Partners for Prosperity has chosen to be part of a MOVEMENT – not simply a “financial practice.” They discuss how a movement differs from a practice. Kim tells us how Partners for Prosperity is focused more on cooperation with others in our industry than gaining a competitive advantage against them.

Todd recommends the best type of people to have in your corner on your financial team. Finally, they leave us with action steps to help you analyze your life insurance. Will you join the movement? Find out more on today’s episode of the Prosperity Podcast.

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