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Money Wealth Life Insurance by Jake Thompson
America's elite have been using cash value life insurance to stockpile wealth for centuries. Used correctly, it is better described as a personal bank on steroids, and a financial bunker for tough times. To be clear, this book is not about the typical garbage peddled by most insurance agents. Rather, an alternative to the risky investment strategies taught by Wall Street. It details a highly efficient form of cash value life insurance designed to supercharge your savings and stockpile wealth. A product so powerful it's responsible for the success of Walt Disney, JC Penney, Ray Kroc, and thousands of others. Here's what you'll discover: How the wealthy use this vehicle to create more wealth, take less risk, and create predictable income down the road Why banks and corporations place billions of dollars in this powerful vehicle How I earned over 300 percent returns leveraging my life insurance policies How you can create a safe, predictable foundation to enhance every financial decision you make How to win with taxes and keep more of the money you make While the information compiled into this book is valuable, you'll also find three case studies that show you exactly how it works. You'll be able to visually see how it grows, how it's accessed, as well as the future income that can be taken. ______________ Influencers of this book are Nelson Nash, his book "Becoming Your Own Banker: Unlock the Infinite Banking Concept"; Pamela Yellen, her book "Bank on Yourself"; Dwayne Burnell, his book "Financial Independence in the 21st Century - Life Insurance * Utilize the Infinite Banking Concept * Compliment Your 401K - Retirement Planning With Permanent Whole Life versus Term or Universal - Create Financial Peace"; and my Father Dan Thompson, and his book "The Banking Effect: Acquiring wealth through your own Private Banking System." I was introduced to these financial strategies at a young age, and this is book represents the effort and energy on both the part of everyone of my mentors, these authors here, as well as my own diligence in learning about and implementing these very same strategies into my personal finances. This book is designed to simplify some of the concepts surrounding cash value life insurance, such as Infinite Banking and Bank on Yourself, and make them easier to understand, stripping them down to the core benefits of cash value life insurance.
Busting The Life Insurance Lies by Kim D. H. Butler
Is life insurance a bad investment? Don't I lose all my cash value when I die? Shouldn't I just make a bundle and invest it instead? What about my spouse or my kids-do they need life insurance? Can I borrow money from (or is it against?) a life insurance policy? My insurance advisor told me one thing about insurance, but my financial planner gave me different advice, and an expert on TV said something else entirely. What do I do now? Help! Every day, people like you and me run into questions like these-and no good answers. The truth about life insurance is that myths, misunderstandings, and even outright lies cause a lot of uncertainty around what it is, how it works, who needs it and when, and-most importantly-the great benefits it can bring to your life. This book is here to clear up all that confusion. With combined experience of over fifty years in the life insurance industry, Kim Butler and Jack Burns know what's true and what isn't. They've seen what works and what fails. They've lived through every success and failure the industry can throw at them. And they're fed up with seeing smart, well-meaning people fall for costly half-truths and mix-ups because they just can't find the right information. Busting The Life Insurance Lies takes the 38 biggest, loudest myths around life insurance and breaks them wide open. Whether you're wondering if life insurance is right for you, wanting to understand how it can help you while you're still alive, or even an insurance advisor yourself, this book will guide you to the answers you need to make the clearest, most informed decision-one you'll feel good about for the rest of your life.
Live Your Life Insurance by Kim Butler
"Live Your Life Insurance" shows you exactly how you can take advantage of one of the most common, but misunderstood, financial tools. In it, you'll discover exactly how you can use your life insurance to benefit you while you are alive - and help you build financial security. In addition, it will reveal ways to make the best of your policy no matter what age you are. Most people don't realize what a powerful tool they have in their life insurance policies - this book will be your guide.
Safe Money Millionaire by Brett Kitchen
The "Safe Money Millionaire" debunks the financial wisdom that has cost Americans trillions in losses in the stock market. Now more than ever baby boomers and Americans saving for retirement are looking for safety for their money rather than chasing returns on Wall Street. In this book we crush the financial myths ranging from 401(k)’s being a good place for retirement savings, to diversifying with Mutual Funds, to keeping your credit score high and getting a low interest rate. The solution is a predictable, easy to follow plan to growing wealthy without risking money on Wall Street, reducing or eliminating interest paid to banks and credit card companies, plus protecting yourself from taxes that can ravage retirement savings in qualified plans.
The Facts Of Life by Paul Grimes
What are the first two things that come to mind when you think of life insurance? If you thought "death and salespeople," you're not alone. Life insurance is a notoriously complex, confusing, and intimidating subject. But it should be a key element in anyone's financial plan. The Facts of Life is an easy-to-understand guide to life insurance and its related products for the average Canadian. Through an accessible and engaging story and cast of characters, it explains how to determine how much coverage is enough; where and how to purchase insurance; when to choose one product over another; what policies really mean; tax advantages of certain insurance products; money-saving strategies for Canadians in all income categories; and much more. With The Facts of Life, you'll learn about the basics of life insurance, the choices you have to make as a financial consumer, and how best to use insurance to protect your family, your business, and even to grow your wealth.
Plant Your Money Tree by Michele Schneider
Knowing how to grow your money, where to put it and when can be mystifying. But with her simple roadmap using market phases she guides you to make better money decisions. Here, Mish Schneider offers an accessible introduction to the market and its phases to enable readers to make critical financial choices for themselves and their families.
The Wealthy Barber by David Barr Chilton
The Geometry Of Wealth by Brian Portnoy
How does money figure into a happy life? In The Geometry of Wealth, behavioral finance expert Brian Portnoy delivers an inspired answer, building on the critical distinction between being rich and being wealthy. While one is an unsatisfying treadmill, the other is the ability to underwrite a meaningful life, however one chooses to define that. Truly viewed, wealth is funded contentment. At the heart of this groundbreaking perspective, Portnoy takes readers on a journey toward wealth, informed by disciplines ranging from ancient history to modern neuroscience. He contends that tackling the big questions about a joyful life and tending to financial decisions are complementary, not separate, tasks. These big questions include: • How is the human brain wired for two distinct experiences of happiness? And why can money “buy” one but not the other? • What are the touchstones of a meaningful life, and are they affordable? • Why is market savvy among the least important sources of wealth but self-awareness is among the most? • How does one strike a balance between striving for more while being content with enough? This journey memorably contours along three basic shapes: A circle, triangle and square help us to visualize how we adapt to evolving circumstances, set clear priorities, and find empowerment in simplicity. In this accessible and entertaining book, Portnoy reveals that true wealth is achievable for many - including those who despair it is out of reach - but only in the context of a life in which purpose and practice are thoughtfully calibrated.
How To Sell Life Insurance by Michael A. Bonilla
General and Specific Tips to help improve your life insurance sales knowledge. Ever wonder how some Agents are able to sell life insurance at seemingly astronomical rate? Every great Life Agent has a system and some of the techniques in this book might help you build one that works for you.