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In our continuing series on the infinite banking concept® we wanted to lay out a framework of how banking with life insurance actually works. If you are already convinced that using life insurance as your own personal bank is the way to go, then why not give us a call today for a complimentary strategy session.
Vector infinity icon isolated on white background, illustration of an eternity symbol placed in a circle.[/caption]The following article covers the top 10 most frequently asked questions we get about the infinite banking concept in the context of a properly structured dividend paying whole life insurance policy.
In this article, we have attempted to create a wiki for Infinite Banking to help categorize and educate our visitors on the various aspects of this important concept. There are many links in this article that will take you to various other topics pertaining to infinite banking, so please click on any that look interesting.
In the following article we will cover the pros and cons of the infinite banking concept®. While there are many pros to infinite banking, there are some cons that also need should be considered. And while we are advocates of this concept, it is not for everyone or every situation.
The following video is a webinar offered by us here at I&E on how to triple your real estate returns with infinite banking. For your convenience, we have also provided the full transcript below. After watching the video and/or reading the transcript, we invite you to schedule a call with Barry.
Here at I&E, we’ll often get calls from folks who are already committed to the idea of implementing the Infinite Banking Concept® (IBC) in their life, but they’re just not sure how to go about getting it done.
What is Buy Term and Invest the Difference, AKA BTID? Simply put, it is choosing to buy an initially cheaper term insurance policy vs whole life, since the latter requires more capital investment by you.
Cash Value Life Insurance Creditor Protection and Bankruptcy Protection By State. Whole life policies offer numerous benefits beyond just providing liquidity in the event of an untimely death.
In the following article on compound interest growth and the different compound interest accounts available we are going to take a different approach than you will find anywhere else.
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