The Boom on Wall Street

…And How The Boom On Wall Street Affects Your Whole Life Insurance Dividend The stock market has reached historic heights and the Shiller price-to-earnings for the S & P 500 is “currently 34 times compared to the median level of around 16 times.”[i]  Meanwhile, the “US market cyclically adjusted price-to-earnings ratio is the highest among …

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“Whatever”

According to the most recent Marist poll,[i] the most annoying phrase for Americans, for the ninth straight year in a row, is “whatever.”  Evidently “Que Sera, Sera, whatever will be, will be,’ is simply annoying to over one-third of the nation.[ii]  Yet, according to the Economic Policy Institute “Nearly half of American families have a …

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The Number 1 Thing You Need to Know About Life Insurance Dividends

“Currently, ordinary dividends and short-term capital gains on assets held less than one year are subject to income tax.”[i]  But life insurance dividends are different. First of all, dividends paid on life insurance are only available to you if you own participating whole life insurance.  And the number one thing that you need to know …

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