Infinite Banking in Miami

Blog 98 – How To Maximize Your IBC Policies

Nelson Nash’s “Becoming Your Own Banker” emphasizes the fact that you “finance” everything you buy. You either pay interest to someone else, or if you pay cash, you give up interest that you could have earned.

2023 April BankNotes

Privatized BANKING: WE ALL NEED IT – By L. Carlos Lara
What so many people do not realize is that the bestype of health coverage can be obtained by the oldest and original insurance policy in America, the Dividend Paying Whole-Life Insurance Policy. In fact, it is the best kept secret in America. Whole-Life not only pays a death benefifit to the insured’s benefificiaries at death, but it also provides the insured living benefifits while alive. In fact, this is what it does best.

2023 March BankNotes

Privatized BANKING: WE ALL NEED IT – By L. Carlos Lara
What so many people do not realize is that the bestype of health coverage can be obtained by the oldest and original insurance policy in America, the Dividend Paying Whole-Life Insurance Policy. In fact, it is the best kept secret in America. Whole-Life not only pays a death benefifit to the insured’s benefificiaries at death, but it also provides the insured living benefifits while alive. In fact, this is what it does best.

2023 February BankNotes

When explaining the relative safety and stability of the insurance sector, proponents of Nelson Nash’s “Infinite Banking Concept” (IBC) will often point to the 1930s. They make claims that although thousands of banks failed, no insurance policyholders missed a payment.

Blog 96 – When Life Throws You A Curve 

Whole Life Insurance: Since most of us either do not want or cannot afford to pay premiums to such advanced ages, or in case of a financial emergency, there are several options to stop premium payments earlier. These options are Automatic Premium Loan, Premium Offset and Reduced Paid-Up. Let see how we can use these options, their advantages, and disadvantages.

Blog 95 – Pay Cash Or Take A Policy Loan?

“Should we pay for this with the cash we have sitting in our bank account, or should we first put that cash in our IBC policy and then take a policy loan to purchase the needed item?”

2023 January BankNotes

OPTION VALUE EMBEDDED IN WHOLE LIFE POLICY
One obvious difference between a whole life policy and a term policy with the same death benefit, is that the former gives the policyholder the option to maintain coverage for life. (This after all is the reason we call it “permanent life insurance” and the plain vanilla “whole life” policy.)

Blog 94 – Misunderstandings About Whole Life And IBC Policies In Particular 

As always, we want to educate our clients and prospects on the details necessary to design and understand the mechanics of an IBC policy. In a typical situation, we would have an individual who wants an IBC policy contributing a certain amount of dollars a year (the annual premium) for so many years. Depending on the individual’s gender, age, health status, and lifestyle, you need a death benefit of at least a certain amount of dollars to avoid the IBC policy from becoming a Modified Endowment Contract (MEC) and losing the tax-free distributions advantages.

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