Grow Your Policy After Year 1

Grow Your Policy After Year 1

Want to grow your policy faster? While there are rules about overfunding in year one of your banking policy that you’ll want to follow, this article will be focused on what happens if you want to add additional PUA (Paid Up Additions) after year one. After year one,...
Differences Between a Policy Loan and Withdrawal

Differences Between a Policy Loan and Withdrawal

I know many people have had the concern when it comes to taking a loan from their policy. Typically, loans have a bad connotation. But that is because taking a loan from your neighborhood bank ends up losing you money. Taking a loan from your policy, however, ends up...
4 Reasons You Should Always Repay Your Loans

4 Reasons You Should Always Repay Your Loans

If you’ve been with me for a while, you know you are not required to repay your policy loans. And if you’ve ever wondered, “If I don’t have to repay my loans, why should I?” let’s set the record straight. The Caveat In the initial stages of using your policy...
The Better Alternative to Your Retirement Account

The Better Alternative to Your Retirement Account

Today I want to spend a little time clarifying exactly what makes the Infinite Banking Concept different. Different from any other banking system, financial institution, or retirement you’ve ever seen or heard of before. This will help you understand why The Money...
Am I Charged Interest On My Policy Loan?

Am I Charged Interest On My Policy Loan?

  When you think about taking out a loan of any kind, your brain automatically thinks, “what’s the interest charge?” Well, let me explain how mutual whole life companies do things a little differently when you take a loan from your policy. From day 1, the...
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