Becoming Your Own Banker

Blog #23 – Savings vs. Investing: Can You Afford The Risk

When you save your money, you have access to all or part of it at any time without penalties, it is not subject to losses, and if saved in the appropriate financial instrument, it grows continuously over time. When you invest your money, you may have to pay penalties and/or taxes to access it at … Read more

Blog #22 – Never Fall From The Compounding Curve

The following quote is attributed to Albert Einstein: “Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it … he who doesn’t … pays it.” Understanding the power of compound interest is key to increasing your wealth. To represent graphically how compound interest works, take a piece of paper and … Read more

Blog #21 – Building Wealth The Way Bankers Do

If you need money to invest, where will the money come from? It will almost always come from your savings account. So why can’t it come from your Banking Policy? It can! Let’s see how you can profit from it. Assume that your brother, who doesn’t have a good credit score, asks you for a … Read more

Blog #20 – A Banking Policy-An Amazing Financial System

Margaret Thatcher once said: “The problem with Socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money”. As a result of Socialist policies, we are experiencing the worst economic conditions for America’s Middle Class since the 1960s. With high unemployment and underemployment, unfair taxation, and increasing Government intervention in our lives, how can the … Read more

Blog #17 – Me Me Me!

An excerpt from Rabbi Daniel Lapin Blog, Thought Tools Originally Posted on July 29, 2015 by Susan Lapin This fellow I know runs a struggling consulting business. The advice he delivers is of high quality–I know because I have consulted with him once or twice.  Yet he struggles.  He agonizes about his lack of … Read more

Blog #16 – Ease Can’t Replace Expertise

It is important to remember that as great as these sites are, (speaking of financial sites) they aren’t a replacement for professional advice. Think about it like this—when you’re sick, you might look up your symptoms online to get an idea of what’s wrong, but you still go to the doctor to get diagnosed and … Read more

Blog #15 – Designing Infinite Banking Policies (IBC Policies or Banking Policies)

A traditionally-designed whole life policy originally maximizes the death benefit that you obtain for a given premium, while the cash value is originally very small or non-existent. This type of design which consists of only the base insurance component, is encouraged by most insurance agents and broker-dealers because it generates better commissions for them, but … Read more

Blog #14 – Ultimate Goal Of An Infinite Banking Client

Capital purchases are unavoidable expenses, and we define capital purchases as those that we cannot accommodate through our weekly or monthly cash flow. A typical capital purchase may be a car, a college education, a home, a wedding, or an exotic vacation. As we will be able to demonstrate later, the ultimate goal of an … Read more

Blog #13 – Why Would You Want To Become Your Own Banker

Because you would like to recover ― by paying to yourself ― the interest that you pay banks and financial institutions for the money they lend you to finance your capital purchases: cars, college education, professional practices, home, weddings, vacations, etc.  The average American family pays 34.5% of their after-tax income to banks, credit card … Read more

Blog #12 – Whole Life and Paid-up Additions

When purchasing a whole life insurance policy, even if it is not going to be used for banking purposes, be sure that a substantial amount of paid-up additions is included in your policy. There are two main reasons for our advice. The paid-up additions increase the efficiency of your policy in the sense that you … Read more

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