You’ve heard of Dave Ramsey. So you probably know one thing he loves almost as much as cutting up credit cards is putting down whole life insurance.
Since he’s helped so many people learn how to budget, and how to get out of consumer debt, it can be easy to think he really knows everything he talks about.
But when it comes to whole life insurance, that’s simply not the case.
In today’s episode I’ll prove it by tackling several complaints Dave gives against whole life so you can separate genuine concern from uninformed claims.
You’ll see that with the help of an IBC practitioner, whole life insurance is a wonderful asset. And you’ll notice how one’s attitude about whole life changes dramatically when you look at it as an asset instead of treating it like an investment.
Show highlights include:
- The “lump” mistake Dave Ramsey makes that muddies the water, making it hard for you to understand the benefits of whole life insurance. (1:05)
- Why whole life and universal life are not the same, and why universal life can jeopardize your coverage when you need it most. (3:20)
- An “outright false” argument about the early years of a whole life policy. Don’t let it scare you away from getting started. (4:23)
- The amazing shrinking death benefit. Why IBC shrinks the death penalty on purpose, and how it helps you save money in the long run. (6:14)
- Access Denied? Why you absolutely do not have to wait until you’re dead to access your policy’s full cash account. (7:04)
- How the process of “BYOB—Be Your Own Banker” can outperform conventional investments, if you are diligent about the process. (10:08)
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