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Purchasing vacation homes, visiting grandchildren, traveling abroad, working a rewarding part-time job, and taking up a new hobby are all common goals for new retirees. The problem is most of these things cost money. In addition to your lifelong goals, unexpected medical needs or family crises will likely become an added expense during retirement. No …

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Many parents hope to offer a financial headstart to their children and even sometimes their grandchildren. From college savings to personal inheritances, parents often strive to establish generational wealth. However, generational wealth isn’t just about leaving an inheritance—it’s about leaving a legacy.  Effective financial planning is crucial to establishing generational wealth. Money is an important …

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When there are changes in the housing market, everyone seems to be talking about buying or selling houses. If you’ve thought about buying a house, it’s important to do the right research, because this is one of the biggest financial decisions you will make.  A house is the place where you and your family will …

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Medical bills can become a hefty expense without the proper coverage. In fact, CNBC reports that in 2018, “the average American household spent almost $5,000 per person on health care.” Depending on your family size and health needs, health expenses can really start adding up. Despite our fleeting feelings of invincibility, we are all susceptible …

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Typical Financial Planning: The type of financial planning in use today encourages you to put your money where there is a risk you could lose the money.  The truth is, the only place you can keep your money safe from loss is in certain Bank products and in specific Life Insurance contracts which legally guarantee …

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As the word “term” implies, Term Life Insurance provides coverage for a certain term, or period of time.  Like automobile insurance, home owner’s insurance or health insurance, premiums for Term Life Insurance coverage have to be renewed periodically, or the coverage will expire. Therefore, Term Insurance contracts are not classified as permanent insurance. It is …

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The purpose of Whole Life Insurance is to provide coverage for the insured, for their entire lifetime.  Traditionally, Whole Life Insurance is a consumer demanded product that offers more than just a death benefit by permitting the policy holder to build equity in the policy. Paid Up Insurance Equity implies ownership.  Equity is the value …

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Did you know that a Doctor’s training provides little insight into the cause of illness?  Dr. Michael E. Platt MD reports that statistically, within 18 seconds of a doctor entering a treatment room to see a patient, they know what drug they’re going to prescribe for whatever you have complained about.”[1] The same can be …

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If you aren’t familiar with Bank on Yourself, it’s one of many different philosophies like Infinite Banking, The Infinite Banking Concept, Private Family Banking, the 770 account and others. All of these philosophies and programs have a foundation in the general principle that a life insurance policy can be used to build savings and ultimately …

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As Nerdwallet.com reports, “First there was LEAP, then there was Infinite Banking, also known as Becoming Your Own Banker.  Now it’s Bank on Yourself (BOY), with Pamela Yellen.”  In essence, here is what each of these different sales programs attempts to accomplish for the prospect by selling them a permanent life insurance: Save you money, …

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