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Most people think saving money is about cutting lifestyle and luxuries. This is certainly one way to save, but it is not the only way because where you save your money can make a big difference in how much you get to keep. 💵 Benjamin Franklin says, “There are two ways to increase your wealth. …

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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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Investment grade life insurance is commonly sold as a solution to avoid the non-diversifiable market risk associated with investing in the market. The problem is that investment grade life insurance is basically a marketing gimmick which should alert every suspicion nerve in your body to its highest level.  Here are the reasons why: Life insurance, …

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According to Fidelity Investments, in order for your 401K to sustain you in your retirement you will need to have 8x your annual income saved by the time you reach age 67.  To keep on track with your savings, you will need to have at least your annual income tucked away by age 35. By …

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Stop losing money with typical financial planning. Learn how to use Life Insurance as a financial tool while you’re living so you can keep more of the money you make and have financial peace of mind.

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Many people believe that paying off a mortgage as fast as you can is the best way to avoid losing money to the cost of interest.  But with the new 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the deduction for the interest that your home mortgage provides is not really an issue anymore because the standard …

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Retirement Remastered – Smart Strategy for Passive Income in Your Golden Years by John McFie A Broken Retirement System It’s no secret that America’s retirement system is broken. The problem has been compounding for a few decades and it’s getting worse. It started with Company pension plans also known as defined benefit plans. These plans …

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Not long ago a client asked for an independent review of his investment portfolio.  He was under the impression that there were NO fees associated with his investment account and was puzzled as to why his earnings didn’t match up to the returns of the market. This is a common misnomer, as market return is …

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Senator and presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren made the 50/20/30 budget plan popular in her book “All Your Worth”.[i]  In her book Warren outlines that you should spend 50% of your income to pay for things you absolutely need.  This includes: Housing costs Transportation costs Groceries, Clothing, and Utilities Insurance premiums Minimum debt payments on credit …

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“Faster, faster, faster, until the thrill of speed overcomes the fear of death.” That was the tattoo inked on the arm of the fellow sitting across the aisle on the plane.  And it is that same line of thinking that coaxes opioid users to have “Narcan Parties.” Narcan parties are the newest thing on the …

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