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What You Should Know About the Internal Rate of Return on Whole Life Insurance Cash Values

What if you could combine the best elements of investing and insurance, and get a financial product that would simplify your financial life? It’s a touchy subject, for sure, but the survey says: you’ll be swimming is cash with a properly designed whole life policy. Properly designed is the key phrase here. A previous discussion [...]

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Whole Life Policy Returns

I somehow find myself getting involved with other financial advisers and personal finance bloggers who talk about whole life insurance. It’s no secret that there is a big, fat, bold line that divides the cheerleaders from those who foam at the mouth over the very mention of the product. Whole life insurance is an insurance [...]

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Why Buy Whole Life Insurance?

One of the drawbacks of holding a modern currency is inflation. Inflation is often described as an increase in the price of goods and services, but it’s really an increase in the money supply. To inflate means to increase the money supply. Specifically, it means an undue expansion of the money supply. When the central [...]

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Dear Dave: I Hate Life Insurance

I get hate comments once in a while, and while it’s easy to pick on some of them, sometimes people do bring up important points that are not understood very well by the general public. Sometimes, just sometimes, I think of something to say to the legions of Suze Orman and Dave Ramsey fanatics. I [...]

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Whole Life Insurance vs Term Life Insurance vs Universal Life Insurance

Since I keep getting emails and comments on the blog about this, I thought I should devote (yet) another post to this topic. It never seems to get old, which is OK. I could go on proving my point until the cows come home. I love my work. I especially love my work now that [...]

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