Whole life insurance is a terrible place to invest your money.
And that’s because life insurance is an asset, not an investment.
With infinite banking, you’re housing your money there as opposed to housing it with a bank. And from there, you can invest it however you want — pay off your house, debt, invest in short-term rental properties, etc.
The trap Dave Ramsey and other financial gurus fall for is thinking that all whole life insurance is the same.
But it’s not.
In fact, there’s a huge difference between IBC and a non-IBC style policy.
And in today’s episode, I reveal the difference between the two.
Show Highlights Include:
- What financial gurus like Dave Ramsey get dead wrong about whole life insurance policies (1:18)
- How you could end up with $0 in your life insurance policy if you make this simple hiring mistake (3:34)
- The “snowball effect” you can use to build up your retirement savings (7:05)
- How to pay lower premiums (and make your cash more efficient) (8:36)
- Not sure how much you should put into your policy each year? Here’s how much you should pay per year to get the most out of your personal banking system (9:26)
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