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Big and Small No Cash Value Eagle Tokens
Big and Small No Cash Value Eagle Tokens.
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No Cash Value - Arcade Montage
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Venezuela crisis worsened by severe cash shortage
On top of major shortages of food and medicine, Venezuelans are now struggling with a lack of currency notes. An acute shortage of bills is turning into a major crisis in the country with the world's highest inflation. Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from the capital Caracas. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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The Exotic Car Bottom Cash Value Secret Exposed
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No cash value coin and coin hunting
No cash value coin and coin hunting at the park Thank you for watching
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Banqueros con Cash value
Jorge Herrera comunica su nuevo sitio web y direccion electronica. www.CashValueBankers.com y [email protected] Jorge promueve El Concepto del Banco Infinito, Moneda Sana(oro y plata). Disminuya transferencias de riqueza, Crezca su capital sin pago de impuestos. Transfiera riqueza a sus herederos libre de impuesto. Ha oido hablar de la cuenta 770? Es basicamente el mismo concepto sin misterio y especulacion
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Nick Boserio's "No Cash Value" Teaser
Boserio put in the work, paid the piper, and in the end, it was blood well shed. His part premieres on Monday. Keep up with Thrasher Magazine here: http://www.thrashermagazine.com http://www.facebook.com/thrashermagazine http://www.instagram.com/thrashermag http://www.twitter.com/thrashermag
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Using Cash Value Life Insurance to invest in Forex and Real Estate
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How to Buy Real Estate without Cash or Credit
http://www.freedommentor.com - Lecture I delivered to the University of Central Florida Real Estate School on How to Buy Real Estate without Cash or Credit. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSXGxOiRp7A
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money has substance CASH dose not.. CASH has NO VALUE to it. its all worthless Printed paper and is same as any Promissory note to which is the BANS NOTES are the one and the same it is an IOU... and all based on one word "TRUST".. people will trust that this is cash and can get what ever they need using this bank note. BANK OF ENGLAND HAVE CONFIRMED that their BANK NOTE and the Promissory Note is an IOU and can be Exchanged for cash we all use today, it merely exchanging one for the new up to date one we use. to buy what ever we need. Its law that NO BANK CAN deny this nor any Company. all must UNDER SECTION 107 OF THE COPYRIGHT ACT 1976, ALLOWANCE IS MADE FOR "FAIR USE" FOR PURPOSES SUCH AS CRITICISM, COMMENT, NEWS REPORTING, TEACHING, SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH. FAIR USE IS A USE PERMITTED BY COPYRIGHT STATUTE THAT MIGHT OTHERWISE BE INFRINGING. NON-PROFIT, EDUCATIONAL, OR PERSONAL USE TIPS THE BALANCE IN FAVOR OF "FAIR USE". Stand as a real adult one claims to be, or be a child for the rest of your life, when you see who and what you truly are, and how unlimited you are, the chi within you can live or die, this is your choice, when you find your chi and you will feel it this is your chi used it for goodness, focus on the inner you, its where that chi is. the real you.
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No Cash Value- My Eyes
No Cash Value- My Eyes
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Infinite Banking - What Makes Cash Value Life Insurance a Premium Asset?
Infinite Banking - What Makes Cash Value Life Insurance a Premium?Asset Get 10X RETURNS (or more) ON LIQUID CASH Without giving up quick access to capital. FIND OUT HERE: https://themoneyadvantage.com/liquid-capital Read Full Blog Here: http://www.marshallsinsurance.com/infinite-banking-what-makes-cash-value-life-insurance-a-premium-asset When you purchase insurance, you are insuring against a loss. This is the case for life insurance. And it’s a correct way to understand life insurance death benefit, which is the portion of any life insurance policy that pays out to your family if you pass away. But the cash value of a specially designed whole life insurance policy is the often undiscovered and underutilized tool. It is the portion of your death benefit that you have access to use during your life, better categorized as a living benefit. It’s this cash value of life insurance that would show up as an asset on your balance sheet, and a premium asset at that. It’s important to understand what the cash value does and it’s role in your financial portfolio. The cash value of life insurance is a superior place to store cash, because of its safety, liquidity, and growth. It’s important to note here that we are not comparing life insurance to investments, which inherently carry risk. It would be comparable to other safe, liquid assets such as checking or savings accounts, money markets, CDs or bonds. GROWTH In terms of growth, your cash value inside the policy grows through premiums, dividends, and interest. Once a dividend is paid, it sets a new floor inside the policy, and cash value never goes down in value, whether you fund it over your whole life or you stop payments early and have no more premiums due through an option called reduced paid-up. Because company profits are paid out to whole life policyholders of a mutual company through dividends, it is to everyone’s advantage that the company is profitable. SAFETY While a bank is using leverage and fractional reserve banking, the life insurance company is holding dollar for dollar reserves. This is why you see more stability with life insurance companies overall, as referenced by the 526 banks that have failed since 2008, compared with 17 life and/or health insurance companies that have gone into receivership or liquidation (https://www.fdic.gov/bank/individual/failed/banklist.html, https://www.nolhga.com/factsandfigures/main.cfm/location/insolvencies/orderby/date#sort). You can mitigate even this small amount of risk by working with a large mutual insurance company with a 100+ year history of paying dividends, A ratings or higher, and a Comdex score of 90+. The life insurance company’s primary asset is corporate grade bonds, held to maturity. They use laddering to stagger the maturation timeframes to maximize their liquidity and income. John Moriarty’s book, Understanding Specially Designed Life Insurance Contracts (link: https://www.amazon.com/Understanding-Specially-Designed-Insurance-Contracts/dp/151969234X), digs further into the asset allocation of a mutual life insurance company. TAX-FREE Another important feature that distinguishes cash value of life insurance is that it is a tax-free asset. You pay taxes on your income when you are paid initially. Then, you put your taxed dollars into life insurance, and, as long as you use it correctly, your money is not taxed again. The growth is not taxed inside the policy, and the death benefit is not taxed when it pays out to your beneficiaries after you die. Let’s contrast this taxation with how you’re taxed on a stock account, savings, money market, or CD. Here, you would pay tax before funding the asset, AND you would pay tax on all of the interest gained on the account. When you get a rate of return on a taxable account, you have to subtract the tax rate to get a true internal rate of return. However, in a life insurance policy, you are not paying tax on the growth. LIQUIDITY The cash value of your policy is money that you have access to use by borrowing against it with a policy loan. This allows you to not only store cash, but be able to use it as a loan with no restrictions on the basis of credit, age, the intended use of the money, or waiting for the market to be high enough to warrant converting to cash, and without having to pay hefty taxes and penalties. #fulllifewealth #infinitebanking Music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music"
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No Allegiance - No Cash Value - No Cash Value
Artist: No Allegiance Album: No Cash Value Track: No Cash Value Year: 1987 I don't own the rights to this material. This is for educational purposes only.
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What is Infinite Banking? - High Cash Value Life Insurance as an Investment
What is Infinite Banking? Infinite Banking utilizes a concept originated by R. Nelson Nash, from his book, "Becoming Your Own Banker." This concept is based around high cash value life insurance as an investment vehicle. The reason Infinite Banking gets so much attention is because of the safe investments it is based around. No other investment works quite like cash value life insurance. By utilizing the power of whole life insurance as an investment (or also called permanent life insurance as an investment), we can grow our money in a much more predictable way. Cash value life insurance (if structured properly by a professional) offers minimum guaranteed returns, competitive growth, tax-free growth, tax-free transfer to heirs at death, complete liquidity and access to money, and no-loss provisions. Although this is a long-term strategy, it can match up to almost any Wall-Street type investment. This strategy is not for everyone. However, if safety and security are more important to you than risk, Infinite Banking may be right for you. -------- "What is Infinite Banking? A recent Dalbar study of equity mutual funds showed investors earning a 30 year return of just 3.66 percent. And those with asset allocation funds had returns of only 1.65 percent. All this in a year where the S&P 500 earned 10.65 percent. So, with all the highs and lows of investing, it turns out investors aren’t really making that much progress. But there has to be a way to earn competitive returns on your money without the emotional rollercoaster of Wall-Street investing. This is exactly what Infinite Banking does. You see, Infinite Banking utilizes high cash value life insurance to safely grow your money at a predictable rate. I know what you are thinking. Life insurance. What a horrible investment, right? But what most people don’t know is that, if properly structured and handled, whole life insurance can have some extremely attractive benefits. First off, if we structure a life insurance policy for cash value, it can have more growth in the short term, while also having considerable and competitive growth in the long term. One study showed whole life insurance policies growing at 6.52% over the long-term. And this is tax-free growth as well. See, we put money into a life insurance policy after we pay taxes, then, if we do things right, we will never pay taxes on the growth inside that policy. So, we have a competitive product that grows tax free. But life insurance offers us so much more than just that. Unlike your 401k or IRA, life insurance policies are liquid, meaning we can take our money out and use it whenever we want." -------- Follow us: https://business.facebook.com/wealthtreefinancial/ https://twitter.com/wealthtreefin https://www.linkedin.com/company/wealth-tree-financial https://plus.google.com/b/117834108999115858549/117834108999115858549 https://business.google.com/b/117834108999115858549/edit/l/03934285967302186885?pageId=117834108999115858549&hl=en https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkQiTepTXj8GP_IvJTksIIw -- Wealth Tree Financial offers financial planning and education based on safe investments strategies: such as Infinite Banking and Indexed Annuities. With years of experience, our methods have been time tested and proven to help individuals meet their retirement goals predictably. These strategies work by eliminating market losses. The Infinite Banking Concept, from Nelson Nash in his book “Becoming Your Own Banker,” utilizes high cash value life insurance as an investment tool for safe investing. Because of the benefits of life insurance we can grow our money inside cash value life insurance, without losing money when the market goes down. We still have competitive growth inside life insurance policies while having liquidity and access to our money. Indexed Annuities offer safe retirement investments while still having the option for tax-deferred plans. Indexed Annuities do not lose money when the market goes down. However, by exchanging some of what we make on the upswing, we can eliminate the downside of the market. These are a few of the recommended safe investment options that Wealth Tree Financial offers. We pride ourselves in educating our clients on the best safe investments for them. Learn More http://WealthTreeFinancial.com/ Infinite Banking: http://wealthtreefinancial.com/understanding-infinite-banking-concept-explanation/ Indexed Annuities: http://wealthtreefinancial.com/annuities-good-investment/
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How To Leverage Your Cash Value In Real Estate
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Cash Value Life Insurance - What is Cash Value Life Insurance
What are cash value life insurance plans – What is cash value life insurance? http://www.RetireSharp.com 1-800-566-1002. What are the best types of cash value life insurance for retirement and learn how you can avoid the most common mistakes that individuals have made when looking to purchase a cash value life insurance policy. With life expectancy growing up and the prices soaring up, it is crucial that we invest in a life insurance retirement plan as early as possible. The lesser the age, the more we will be able to invest and lesser premiums we will have to pay. A peace of mind, accrued with small amounts of money invested, bears it fruits in our old age. Life Insurance plans generally work upon the idea of giving fixed returns. For this you can choose from the traditional retirement plans wherein you get fixed sum assured with some benefits or the non conventional ones wherein your money is circulated in the market, giving your better benefits in terms of money. Either way, the benefit is the same a peaceful and secured post retirement life. Cash values are an integral part of a whole life policy, and reflect the reserves necessary to assure payment of the guaranteed death benefit. Thus, "cash surrender" (and "loan") values arise from the policyholder's rights to quit the contract and reclaim a share of the reserve fund attributable to his policy. Cash values are also liquid enough to be used for investment capital, but only if the owner is financially healthy enough to continue making premium payments (Single premium whole life policies avoid the risk of the insured failing to make premium payments and are liquid enough to be used as collateral. Single premium policies require that the insured pay a one time premium that tends to be lower than the split payments. Because these policies are fully paid at inception, they have no financial risk and are liquid and secure enough to be used as collateral under the insurance clause of collateral assignment.) Cash value access is tax free up to the point of total premiums paid, and the rest may be accessed tax free in the form of policy loans. If the policy lapses, taxes would be due on outstanding loans. If the insured dies, death benefit is reduced by the amount of any outstanding loan balance. Cash value increases within the policy are not subject to income taxes unless certain events occur. For this reason, insurance policies can be a legal and legitimate tax shelter wherein savings can increase without taxation until the owner withdraws the money from the policy. In flexible premium policies, large deposits of premium could cause the contract to be considered a modified endowment contract by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), which negates many of the tax advantages associated with life insurance. The insurance company, in most cases, will inform the policy owner of this danger before deciding their premium. The cash value will grow tax deferred with compounding interest. Even though the growth is considered "tax deferred," any loans taken from the policy will be tax free as long as the policy remains in force. In addition, the death benefit remains tax free (meaning no income tax and no estate tax). As the cash value increases, the death benefit will also increase and this growth is also non taxable. The only way tax is ever due on the policy is (1) if the premiums were paid with pre tax dollars, (2) if cash value is "withdrawn" past basis rather than "borrowed," or (3) if the policy is surrendered. Most whole life policies can be surrendered at anytime for the cash value amount, and income taxes will usually only be placed on the gains of the cash account that exceeds the total premium outlay. Thus, many are using whole life insurance policies as a retirement funding vehicle rather than for risk management. Reported cash values might seem to "disappear" or become "lost" when the death benefit is paid out. The reason for this is that cash values are considered to be part of the death benefit. The insurance company pays out the cash values with the death benefit because they are inclusive of each other. This is why loans from the cash value are not taxable as long as the policy is in force (because death benefits are not taxable). Feel free to subscribe to our YouTube channel and receive instant access on different retirement related topics. Thanks for watching! Related Search terms: retirement annuities Annuities for retirement income Annuities for retirement explained Annuities for retirement reviews Annuity for retirement review What is the best fixed indexed annuity for retirement vs the top immediate income annuity for retirement https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TA3BCnY1ME
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Wu-Tang Clan - C.R.E.A.M.
Watch the 36 Chambers Film here: https://Certified.lnk.to/FTC_WuTang!cream Listen to Wu-Tang Clan now: https://Certified.lnk.to/WuTangTT!cream As featured on The Essential. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/WTCEiTunes?IQid=WTCCREAM Google Play: http://smarturl.it/WTCCREAMplay?IQid=WTCCREAM Amazon: http://smarturl.it/WTCEaz?IQid=WTCCREAM More from Wu-Tang Clan Method Man: https://youtu.be/PEnwXYJcSZc Da Mystery Of Chessboxin': https://youtu.be/pJk0p-98Xzc Gravel Pit: https://youtu.be/Of-lpfsBR8U More great Classic R&B videos here: http://smarturl.it/ClassicRNB?IQid=WTCCREAM Follow Wu-Tang Clan Website: http://www.wutangclan.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wutangclan Twitter: https://twitter.com/wutangclan Instagram: https://instagram.com/wutangbrand/ Subscribe to Wu-Tang Clan on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/WTCSub?IQid=WTCCREAM --------- Lyrics: (Cash Rules Everything Around Me C.R.E.A.M. get...) Yeah, check this ol fly s**t out Word up (Cash Rules Everything Around Me) Take you on a natural joint (C.R.E.A.M. get the money) Here we here we go (dolla dolla bill y'all) Check this s**t, yo! I grew up on the crime side, the New York Times side Staying alive was no jive Had second hands, moms bounced on old man So then we moved to Shaolin land A young youth, yo rockin the gold tooth, 'Lo goose Only way, I begin to G' off was drug loot And let's start it like this son, rollin with this one And that one, pullin out gats for fun But it was just a dream for the teen, who was a fiend Started smokin woolies at sixteen And running up in gates, and doing hits for high stakes Making my way on fire escapes No question I would speed, for cracks and weed The combination made my eyes bleed No question I would flow off, and try to get the dough off Sticking up white boys in ball courts My life got no better, same damn 'Lo sweater Times is rough and tough like leather Figured out I went the wrong route So I got with a sick tight clique and went all out Catchin keys from across seas Rollin in MPV's, every week we made forty G's Yo brothas respect mine, or anger the tech nine Ch-POW! Move from the gate now
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Strategies On How Does Whole Life Insurance Work Cash Value
Indicators on Whole Life Insurance Work Cash Value You Should Know http://lifeinsurancevision.com/what-all-you-need-to-know-about-whole-life-insurance-cash-value/ Ryan, considering that ninety% of newborn boomers cant make ample revenue, 40k/yr to Reside and they may have lived while Just about the most prosperous occasions our nation has ever observed. Whole life is actually a variety of life insurance contract that gives insurance protection from the agreement holder for his / her whole life. On the inevitable Loss of life with the contract holder, the insurance payout is created into the contract’s beneficiaries. Even though there are several beneficial features to whole life insurance, You can also find some shortcomings to take into consideration: Via what’s generally known as a 1035 exchange, you can transform your life insurance into an revenue annuity without paying out taxes on your own gains. You’ll give up the death benefit, however, you’ll now not should pay premiums, and you also’ll lock in cash flow For the remainder of your life (or a specific quantity of several years). The conversion is tax-no cost, however, you’ll shell out taxes on a percentage of Just about every payout, depending on the proportion within your basis to your gains. Shop close to with the annuity supplier that provides the biggest payout. What is their selection? To place the cash to the lender at 000.1% or give it to a person which will or not know what their undertaking during the inventory market? The middle and lower course are essentially the most undeserved individuals. With Having said that, I don’t work with variable items, and I am impartial And that i say it the way in which it truly is…Could I earn more money if I pushed UL all the time? Each mother or father would like to Imagine the best of their youngster. But Have you ever crossed about from good intentions to downright dangerous... If the plan does lapse, you’ll owe taxes on the level of the cash value, including loans that exceed the premiums you paid out in -- an actual issue if the money you borrowed is lengthy gone. Policyholders who acquire out Repeated financial loans may well slide into this lure, often called a “surrender squeeze,” suggests Keith Singer, a Qualified financial planner in Boca Raton, Fla. Should you die in that point, it pays a tax-absolutely free cash lump sum to the family and friends, but if you reside further than the expression, your strategy has no cash-in value. The pitch Is that this: purchase a coverage with fundamental expense autos that could build cash value with time. The customer money the coverage for selected number of many Whole Life Insurance Work Cash Value years and the growth from the cash value will inevitably negate the need For extra rates. Go over Permission to post your remark is assumed if you submit it. The name you present is going to be accustomed to identify your write-up, and NOT your e-mail deal with. We reserve the appropriate to excerpt or edit any posted responses for clarity, appropriateness, civility, and relevance to the topic. You normally takes that cash in the shape of the Examine, reinvest it in the cash value in the plan, or make use of the pounds to buy more, paid-up insurance. People pounds will acquire extra life insurance, supply a even larger death gain, and earn curiosity. Regardless if you are a campus candidate or an experienced with work practical experience, Big apple Life is a place where you can expand an enjoyable vocation. The distinction between whole-of-life insurance and time period insurance is that phrase insurance only operates for your established period. With phrase insurance you choose how much time you'd like the term of the coverage to final whenever you receive a quote, by way of example twenty five decades. In some cases it seems the insurance field thinks that buying a life insurance coverage in one sort or Yet another is usually a heal for any fiscal ill. To get clear, life insurance is a component of many adequately built money ideas. Not known Details About Whole Life Insurance To cope with these types of eventualities, You might also want to consider essential illness deal with and/or revenue protection insurance. From time to time, rich individuals who program on leaving a big estate could possibly decide to consider out a whole of life policy that might cover the inheritance tax Invoice. Like that, their heirs can obtain the complete total. Youtube channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxAvcf91RcRVxnOq_q0J1Gg https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQYWeM4lP6ClznTQD0Cj5vQ FB Groups: https://www.facebook.com/groups/889759917800522/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/Softwarefree.org https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC86AOqsPekkSMnaouxIkeVA
Straight from the Garbage - No Cash Value
A recording of a tune that jumped out at me from a pile of trash.
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No Cash Value - Zion Lion (1997 Demo Version)
No Cash Value is an American Alternative Rock/Reggae band formed in Riverside, California, formed in 1996 Rich Hackett (vocals/bass) Michael Atilano (guitar/vocals) Joey Bull (drums) https://www.facebook.com/nocashvaluesocal/
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No Cash Value - Fugitive (1997 Demo Version)
No Cash Value is an American Alternative Rock/Reggae band formed in Riverside, California, formed in 1996 Michael Atilano (vocals/guitar) Rich Hackett (bass) Joey Bull (drums) https://www.facebook.com/nocashvaluesocal/
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Bad Brother - No Cash Value
Live @ Bill's Records 2010
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Why Universal Life Insurance Policies Will Fail - Infinite Banking - Cash Value Life Insurance
Universal life insurance is often used by so called "same money" salesman and organizations as a viable way to grow money with no risk. However, that couldn't be farther from the truth. In this financial video we talk about universal life insurance and why its counterparts--indexed universal life insurance and variable universal life insurance--are not the safe investments they are being sold as. Although they often might look good on paper, IUL and VUL policies have some major roadblocks that you might not see right away. "Why IUL and VUL are set to IMPLODE! Hi this is Dan Thompson We are going to talk about the implosion that could happen by owning any universal life policy, but in particular an IUL or VUL. For clarification an IUL is an Indexed Universal Life Insurance product and a VUL is a Variable Universal Life Insurance Product. They both have very similar characteristics in their design. Both the IUL and the VUL have a growth or a savings component, both can take flexible premiums and both of them use one year renewable term to provide the death benefit. Let me say from the outset that these products have some sizzle to them. In fact if they actually performed as illustrated, it would be very tempting to use them in my practice and to own one myself. Before we get there, let’s first discuss the main differences between the IUL and the VUL. Let’s keep it really simple. The VUL or the Variable Universal Life is named such because the returns can vary from year to year and you can even lose money. You essentially choose what are called sub-accounts. A sub-account you might know better as mutual fund. Basically a sub-account is a mutual fund. Whatever funds you choose, you then take the risk that the markets and those funds perform. You can loose money in the bad years and make money in the good years. The risk is all on you. The insurance company nor the investment fund’s managers take any responsibility for losses you incur As said before the IUL and the VUL have some “sizzle.” The sizzle is to give you the impression that you can get above average return inside of the benefits of an insurance policy, namely tax advantages for both income and death benefit. But the risks that can be very costly. The Indexed Universal Life policy is as the name implies an indexed product. This means your overall return is tied to an index, but you do not invest into sub-accounts or the market directly. There are several indexes, the most common being the S&P 500 index. An index UL buys options on the index to benefit when it goes up, but eliminates the downside in the bad year. Unlike a VUL it can’t lose money due to market declines. Because your money is not “in the market” you benefit when the index goes up, but in the years it goes down you stay flat or get a Zero for the year. That is part of the sizzle, that sounds great doesn’t it? You can go up, but not go down. An Indexed UL is certainly less risky than the Variable UL where you can actually lose money when the market tanks significantly and even get wiped out if it’s bad enough. So as we move forward know that in the VUL there is no loss protection and in the IUL your worst year is a Zero or no return. The sizzle and what “sounds” so attractive is this. 1. They go up with the stock market. That certainly sounds good. 2. The cost of insurance is cheap when you are in your 20’s, 30’s and 40’s. 3. There is a death benefit when you die. 4. And if it’s a VUL you can make as much money as the market will give you, but you also bear the brunt of losses as well. 5. In an IUL you will have a cap on how much upside you get, but you also have a floor of ZERO on the downside. So what’s wrong with that? ... -------------------------------------------------------------- Please Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNtQmqZlNUwzPuWmHPI_oSg?sub_confirmation=1 Visit me on the web- http://WiseMoneyTools.com/ Follow me! FB - https://www.facebook.com/wisemoneytools Twitter - https://twitter.com/wisemoneytools Google+ - https://plus.google.com/114367619155241197052 I have been involved in financial planning for over 30 years. I started out as a high volume stock broker. After working with millions of dollars I decided there had to be another way for people to earn money in the market without all the risky ups and downs that leave you where you started, or worse. After reading a ton of books I came across a book on the Infinite Banking Concept and it completely changed my life and the way I view investments. Now I focus on building wealth in safe and predictable ways, like Infinite Banking, Cash Value Life Insurance, and Indexed Annuities to name a few. I post videos regularly so if you have any questions of comments feel free to email them to... dan at wisemoneytools dot com
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Redefining Cash Value Life Insurance [the Lifetime Benefits of a Cash Value Policy]
At insuranceandestates, we’re all about redefining cash value life insurance. https://www.insuranceandestates.com/cash-value-life-insurance/ We’ve found that when most people think about life insurance, they think only about a death benefit for loved ones. This is an important part of life insurance; however, it isn’t the whole picture. Life insurance, as originally intended, is also great way to provide lifetime benefits to policy holders. After all, it is life insurance and not death insurance. Let’s unpack this idea further… The lifetime benefits of life insurance are often downplayed or rejected by financial entertainers and others who profit primarily from Wall Street. Yet what is it that they’re missing? Life insurance that allows for cash value growth, also known as cash value life insurance, allows a ready reserve of money to grow within your policy. There are various types of cash value life insurance; however, a common thread is that it can be a safe bucket investment that grows in a tax advantaged way… This means that no taxes are paid on the growth until cash is actually withdrawn. Policy loans make it possible to leverage your cash value without income taxes, so you can use policy value for various purposes such as college funding, retirement or pursuing other financial opportunities. Better yet, you can add cash to your policy and reduce policy costs by keeping a minimum death benefit and using paid up policy additions. Those who don’t understand life insurance often suggests “buying term life insurance”; however, we suggest that this approach is shortsighted. Term life insurance, while sometimes appropriate, is renting a death benefit, and gets more expensive as you age. In addition, rather than choosing term life vs whole life or term life vs universal life, why not have some of both, in a blended policy that provides death benefit protection, but strong cash value growth. You see, cash value life insurance is a long-term nest egg, a dependable asset to anchor your retirement, estate and wealth building plan. See https://www.insuranceandestates.com/life-insurance-for-cash-value-accumulation-pros-and-cons/ If you’d like to learn more about the options for life insurance, connect with us today at insuranceandestates. We are looking forward to serving you.
The Strategic and Tactical Use of Cash-Value Life Insurance in Retirement  - Right on the Money –
Sub Headline: Life Insurance is Tax-Free and Non-Qualified Monies Synopsis: Most retirees think of their retirement income in terms of their qualified plans, such as defined-benefit plans that work like pensions or defined-contribution plans that work like 401(k)s. But you need non-qualified monies for strategic and tactical planning in retirement to maximize your income and minimize your taxes so you can keep more of your money. Content: Cash-value life insurance is a non-qualified asset and can generate non-reportable income—it can be a retirement plan in itself. But more and more, it’s being used in strategic- and tactical- planning scenarios to generate more net spendable income. Why? Because it’s not what you make, it’s what you can keep that matters most in retirement. Watch the interview with retirement consultant Bruce Bullock as he discusses the uses of tax-free cash-value life insurance for retirement. Cash-value life insurance is not under the jurisdiction of ERISA, so there’s no pre-penalty for accessing your cash before age 59½ or required minimum distributions (RMDs) at age 70½. There are generally no contribution limits, but there may be death benefit justification limitations. But for most retirees, death benefit limitations are generally not an issue. The contributions are not tax-deductible, but the policy earnings grow tax deferred and can be accessed via withdrawals to basis and collateralized policy loans of gain tax-free proviso if that contract is a non-modified endowment contract and kept in force for the life of the policy insured. Collateralized policy loan distributions are not reportable as income, so they are not subject to the provisional income test to determine Social Security benefit taxation. Any remaining balance at the death of the policy insured passes on to the policy beneficiaries tax-free in most estates-transfer situations. Cash-value life insurance can be used as tactical tool in retirement. For instance, seniors who want to retiree at age 62, but want to defer their Social Security to age 70 to maximize their benefits, use their life insurance policy loans as income during that period. Some seniors may also use life insurance policy loans in tandem with their RMDs for more combined income without accessing more of the qualified monies to keep their taxes in check. Policy loans from cash-value life insurance combined with equity home loans and Roth IRAs can potentially generate tax-free income from all three sources and are not includable in the provisional income test to determine Social Security benefit taxation. If managed correctly, all four retirement sources could actually generate a tax-free retirement if no other reportable income is made. That’s a retiree’s ultimate fantasy in their golden years. Syndicated financial columnist Steve Savant interviews retirement consultant Bruce Bullock creating a tax advantaged retirement. Right on the Money is a weekly financial talk show for consumers, distributed as video press releases to 280 media outlets nationwide. (www.rightonthemoneyshow.com) https://youtu.be/7OocVGtfatQ
Cash Value Life Insurance Can Generate Tax-Free Distributions - Right on the Money - Part 5 of 5
Sub Headline: Multiple Savings & Investment Options with Cash Value Life Insurance Synopsis: Cash value life insurance can be a significant asset in retirement income planning because collateralized policy loans are not treated as income, so it’s not includable as income for Social Security benefit taxation. It also can be used for “bridging income strategies,” tax management and tax-free income. The savings and investment options can be tailored to your risk tolerance for product suitability. Content: Cash value life insurance has four basic mortality crediting methods: participating dividends, interest rates, indices and subaccounts correlated to the market. Most crediting methods have some degree of risk, so undergoing a risk-tolerance test to determine your suitability is a vital step in selecting the right mortality chassis. The four basic life insurance contracts are participating whole life, universal life, indexed universal life and variable universal life. Life insurance is, by its very nature, a mortality product designed for indemnification and inheritance planning. But the tax-deferred accumulation of cash values and distributions of tax-free collateralized policy loans deliver a third dimension to planning that can address certain retirement necessities. Watch the interview with financial planner and IRA specialist, Frank Oliver, as he outlines the basics of cash value life insurance during the distribution period of retirement. Cash value life insurance can be used as an income strategy when a retiree seeks to delay their Social Security benefits and qualified plan distributions to age 70½ for maximum income. For some retirees, the combination of Social Security benefit distributions, income from a reverse mortgage and policy loans from a life insurance can generate tax-free income is a strong tax management strategy. (Income from most other sources would be includable in the provisional income test to determine if your Social Security benefits are taxed.) For conservative savers, participating whole life may be the only option from the inventory of life insurance contracts. The top five insurance companies credit a reasonable interest rate without risk. Universal life has fallen out of favor because of its direct correlation to the low-interest environment. Indexed universal life offers domestic and foreign indices with differing investment approaches to generate a crediting interest rate return. It also protects against the downside of the market: zero account crediting in a negative contract period. But the policy still has expenses, so you could lose money. Variable universal life is engaged in market equities and various forms bonds in subaccounts. So it has virtually the same risk and reward of other market-oriented products. The key in using cash value life insurance is to purchase the lowest cost of insurance under the Technical and Miscellaneous Revenue Act (TAMRA) regulations and keep the policy in force for the life of the policy insured. Nationally syndicated financial columnist and talk show host Steve Savant interviews financial planner and IRA expert Frank Oliver on maximizing your retirement dollar. Right on the Money is a weekly financial talk show as a daily video press release Monday through Friday. (www.rightonthemoneyshow.com) https://youtu.be/v6ioyU3nsR4
Infinite Banking Concept Explained – High Cash Value Life Insurance – Becoming Your Own Banker
Let's learn more about the Infinite Banking Concept and how it works. What are the pros and cons? Is it a scam? We want to give you a simplified look at Infinite Banking based on the book by Nelson Nash, "Becoming Your Own Banker." Infinite Banking utilizes high cash value life insurance, whole life insurance, to put your money in a safe and secure financial environment where you can grow your wealth. Because of the advantages that cash value whole life insurance offers, Infinite Banking becomes a concept that really stands on its own. "Infinite Banking Hi glad you could join me on this video. My name is Dan Thompson. Let me take a minute here and get to the core of what I think Infinite banking accomplishes. It’s really more than just using high cash value life insurance to create and protect your wealth. There are 5 key principals to infinite banking. The first principle here is safety. Look, markets are volatile. Extremely volatile, and with that volatility comes unpredictability. The market has a way of lulling everyone to sleep. We all think the market will go up forever, then bam, it changes almost instantly and years of growth can be wiped out in sometimes days, even hours. Did you know that in 2008 2.1 trillion dollars was wiped out in about the time it takes to brush your teeth? That’s how fast it can change. I was a stock trader for 15 years and there is a saying that “the market has a way of proving the most number of people - Wrong!” It’s true isn’t it? How many people have no idea what to do, ride the roller coaster up and down with the market and then cross their fingers and hope they made the right choice. Pretty scary isn’t it? Seems most people put the greatest amount of money at risk hoping it will be okay…but what if it isn’t? Do you know how many people had to put retirement on an indefinite hold when 2008 wiped out half of their retirement savings? It doesn't have to be that way. What we gain by using this concept of high cash value life insurance is safety. Strong insurance companies have been through every market cycle and have protected your capital through good and bad times. And I’m talking bad times to the extreme. We are talking about insurance companies that paid out dividends in the great depression and even in our latest market crash, recession, and interest rates basically going to 0%. There are underlying guarantees as well. Did you know cash value life insurance is deemed so safe that even banks put billions of dollars into cash value life insurance to protect their capital as well? It’s called BOLI – Bank Owned Life Insurance. For the bank those policies are put on their books as Tier 1 assets – the safest assets banks own. Yes, they take your money that you deposit into your checking, savings and CD’s and they in turn around and use some of it to buy cash value life insurance. If it’s good for the banks that want to protect and grow their capital, seems like it should be good for us too. I don’t believe that taking risk is necessary for growing your wealth. Slow and steady wins the race, and life insurance offers us the most growth for the least risk out there. Next - we have Tax-Benefits – Life insurance offers us a place where, if handled properly, our money can be tax-free from both income while living and a death benefit when we die as well. Put these two together and we have a way of avoiding taxes indefinitely. A well-engineered life insurance policy offers a very sturdy financial future. Its one of the last places where we can store cash with tax-advantages. Our 3rd benefit is Access to Capital – This can be a tremendous advantage for sure. Families and business owners alike have a need for capital at some point. ... -------------------------------------------------------------- Please Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNtQmqZlNUwzPuWmHPI_oSg?sub_confirmation=1 Visit me on the web- http://WiseMoneyTools.com/ Follow me! FB - https://www.facebook.com/wisemoneytools Twitter - https://twitter.com/wisemoneytools Google+ - https://plus.google.com/114367619155241197052 I have been involved in financial planning for over 30 years. I started out as a high volume stock broker. After working with millions of dollars I decided there had to be another way for people to earn money in the market without all the risky ups and downs that leave you where you started, or worse. After reading a ton of books I came across a book on the Infinite Banking Concept and it completely changed my life and the way I view investments. Now I focus on building wealth in safe and predictable ways, like Infinite Banking, Cash Value Life Insurance, and Indexed Annuities to name a few. I post videos regularly so if you have any questions of comments feel free to email them to... dan at wisemoneytools dot com
Views: 33261 Wise Money Tools
No Cash Value - I want to skate
song is by No Cash Value and is called I want to Skate
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No cash value
No cash value doing a cover
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No Cash Value - 'Keep The Change.'
Central Oregon punk rock, No cash Value. Downtown Bend.
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No Cash Value (Prod. By Syndrome)
Track Two off of my Second mixtape, "No Cash Value", DownLoad the tape at: http://www.datpiff.com/Matt-Yeomanz-No-Cash-Value-mixtape.861365.html Check me out on soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/mattyeomanz *All Rights Go to the Producer, All Tracks excluding Tracks a produced myself, are strictly for non-profit.* Thank you for listening, much love - Mattyeomanz
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Whole Life Insurance Cash Value
In this video we will learn about Whole Life Insurance Cash Value. - What is it whole life insurance cash value? Whole life insurance has a savings component called cash value. This cash value grows every year, depending on the type and quality of the whole life policy. - How is it whole life insurance cash value taxed? The cash value of your whole life insurance policy accumulates on a tax-deferred basis. You have the flexibility to borrow from your own policy on a tax-free basis, or take a cash surrender. This is one of the main reasons why people use whole life insurance as an investment. Your beneficiaries will also benefit from tax advantages. - How can you access cash value in a whole life? As your life moves through various life stages, your financial needs change along with them. The versatility of a whole life insurance policy allows you to access accumulated cash value when you need it most. At any time that you experience financial hardship such as lengthy unemployment, longstanding illness, or other financial hardship, your life insurance policy affords you the flexibility to withdraw or borrow against your existing cash value. When you borrow against your policy, you can pay it back, so that your money continues to grow. -Whole Life Insurance Dividends Your whole life insurance has a guaranteed rate, and with mutual companies, you will also receive dividends that will help your money grow. Dividends increase the death benefit and the total cash value through out the years. They can be used to purchase paid-up additions (life insurance that doesn't require any more premiums) inside of whole life insurance. It’s a tax-efficient way to buy more life insurance without concern about medical underwriting. Of course, you can also just cash out the dividends, if you choose. Here is great article about dividends and life insurance. Compare multiple whole life insurance, and if you want to run online whole life insurance quotes please visit: https://topwholelife.com Also visit our blog to learn about whole life insurance at: https://topwholelife.com/blog/ Please leave a comment, like us and subscribe to learn more about whole life insurance.
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Replacement Cost vs. Actual Cash Value - Insurance Basics by Starr Insurance
http://InsureWithStarr.com One of the basic decisions you need to make when purchasing an insurance policy is the type of valuation you would like it to be based on. This will affect the amount of coverage you wish to purchase, policy premiums, coinsurance and much more. Insurance policies need to have a fair means of valuing your property at the time of a loss. The two basic choices are: Replacement Cost Valuation Actual Cash Value Replacement Cost Valuation Replacement cost valuation is exactly like it sounds. We, the insurance company, will pay (up to the policy limit) to replace your property with like kind and quality for it's replacement cost at the time of loss. Even though the property only cost $100,000 to build ten years ago, since today's replacement cost is now $150,000, as long as you've kept the policy limit updated, we will now pay you that amount. ACV (Actual Cash Value) Valuation Actual Cash Value is defined as Replacement cost less depreciation. So at the time of loss the insurance company will pay (up to the policy limit) to replace your property with like kind and quality for it's replacement cost less depreciation. Depreciation is not an easy thing to define as different building materials depreciate at a different rate. Thus, it is much more difficult to determine at any point in time the exact amount you may be paid at the time of a loss. Real World Example #1 Industrial Machine Inc. purchases a plot of land and builds a new shop for $1.2 Million. Because they have just build the building they know exactly what it costs to rebuild should they have a loss and so decide to insure it to full value using Replacement cost valuation. Each year they update their coverage to keep pace with rising steel costs, construction labor, etc. At any point in time they know that they have the full amount of coverage needed to rebuild should they suffer a loss. Real World Example #2 Cool Computer Parts Inc. finds an incredible deal and purchases a 3600 square foot building on Main Street, Anytown, USA that 'needs a little work' for $160,000. It has a storefront for their business and apartments they can rent on the upper floors. The mortgage is only $130,000 so that is all the insurance the bank requires. Cool Computer Parts decides the depreciated value of the building is probably $240,000 and decide to insure it for that value ACV and not bother to rebuild if they suffer a total loss. The problem is -- what happens during a partial loss? Let's assume the actual replacement cost for this building is $480,000, a reasonable reconstruction amount for a 3600 square foot building. If Replacement cost less depreciation is $240,000 the insurance company will pay our $240,000 limit if we have a total loss. What if we don't have a total loss? Maybe a kitchen fire in the 3rd floor apartment causes $200,000 in damage. Since we've only insured to ACV (Replacement less depreciation) the insurance company will only pay the depreciated amount ($100,000). The building owner somehow needs to come up with the additional $100,000. Where will they come up with that money? The bank has already lent 80% of the market value and to come up with that $100,000 someone will have to agree to lend far more than the market value of the property. Something that nobody wants to do. Market Value Is Meaningless In the world of insurance the market value of your property has no meaning. All we care about is 'making you whole', in other words putting your building back into the same condition it was previously so that you can put it to use, generate rent receipts or revenue streams and income for your business. What if we have Replacement Cost coverage and decide to not rebuild? This is a scenario that comes up from time to time. The answer is that there is a clause in most insurance contracts that still allow you to be paid the actual cash value of the property at the time of loss and not rebuild or replace the damaged property.
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The Evolution of Cash Value Life Insurance - Right on the Money – Part 3 of 5
Sub Headline: The Many Ways to Leverage Life Insurance Synopsis: Cash value life insurance has come a long way from when your grandfather purchased it. There are so many things that you can use it for nowadays, and people are realizing this more and more every day. Businesses are leveraging it to cover key employees, families are using it to grow their estates, and the flexibility that is now offered really makes this a golden era for cash value life insurance. Content: Life insurance has a very simplistic reputation. You purchase a life insurance policy so that in the event that you die, your survivors receive a lump sum of cash to use for any number of purposes, not the least of which would be to pay off the bills that you left behind. Whether this reputation is earned or not is neither here nor there, because the fact is that there has been a massive evolution of cash value life insurance policies as we used to know them, and these changes are very exciting! People aren’t just using life insurance to pay off bills and death taxes anymore. The public has slowly been awakening to the idea that life insurance is an incredible tool to use to leverage and grow ones estate. Businesses are using life insurance to cover key employees so that they can cover the losses that the key employee may have brought to the company, and be able to hire and train a quality replacement. Businesses are also leveraging life insurance contracts for business partners, where when one passes away, that the proceeds from the death benefit of a life insurance policy can be used for the other partner or partners to buy back ownership stake from the deceased executive’s spouse under buy-sell agreements. Flexibility has also increased exponentially in life insurance policies, specifically with the rise of Indexed Universal Life insurance, or IUL. An IUL allows for flexibility in being able to adjust premium amounts, and also has a very powerful indexed account which follows the market and allows for the policy to participate in gains up to a cap (generally in the 12% to 14% range), without the risk of losing any of your principal or capital gains if the market goes down. Once you grasp the power of that concept, IUL policies begin to look incredibly attractive! Today, life insurance policies are so much more than death benefits. They are incredibly versatile investment vehicles that allow you to buy a dollar for pennies, and can provide you with security, and not just as a result of the death benefit that they provide. They are also very dynamic investment tools that can provide you with peace of mind that no other type of investment offers. Syndicated financial columnist Steve Savant interviews retirement specialist Harvey Garza on Tax Favored Investing. Right on the Money is a weekly one-hour online broadcast for TV and radio distribution. The show contains five ten-minute segments that are redistributed online as individual video press releases. (www.rightonthemoneyshow.com) https://youtu.be/p1hR99z2eqA
No Cash Value - Lifetime Loser (1996 Demo Version)
No Cash Value is an American Alternative Rock/Reggae band formed in Riverside, California, formed in 1996 Michael Atilano (vocals/guitar/keyboards/drum machine) Rich Hackett (bass) https://www.facebook.com/nocashvaluesocal/
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S&P 500 vs Cash Value Permanent Life Insurance
Do you think your money is safe in the Stock Market? See how Cash Value Whole Life insurance can substantially outperform the S&P 500 and other stock market investments. Call us to find out how, 435-656-3882, or www.opticfinancial.com
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Tax Free Income from Cash Value Life Insurance– Right on the Money – Part 3 of 5
Sub Headline Cash Value Life Insurance Has 4 Crediting Methods Synopsis Depending upon your risk tolerance and the state of your health, you may want to consider TAMRA compliant cash value life insurance designed for accumulation and not necessarily as a death benefit. Watch the interview with retirement specialist Curt Chojnowski. Content Participating Whole Life Insurance can be optimized to generate more than 5 percent with its base policy and no other riders. But a minimized base policy with a “paid-up additions rider” for excess contributions can generate 5.5 percent. Keep in mind the best in this category could be returning dividends (a combination of portfolio returns and unused premiums) north of those numbers. Dividends are not guaranteed, but the top par whole contracts have guaranteed cash values backed by company reserves. The draw back is these contracts are not as flexible as their universal life counterparts, making them a bit restrictive. But if you like the returns and guarantees that go with it, participating whole life could be you. Current Interest Rate Universal Life Insurance is flexible, but with the protracted low-interest-rate environment, it has fallen out of favor. At its conception it was crediting double-digit returns. Today, the guarantees have been lowered and the current crediting interest rates are low when compared to participating whole life. But if rising interest rates returned again, it could once again become a popular choice for conservative savers. But the big news here is many Americans have these policies with 4-percent guaranteed interest rates. You should order an in-force ledger to determine if over funding these contracts makes sense for you. Indexed Universal Life provides limited access to domestic and foreign indices; i.e., no dividends and may have rates of return caps or participation rates. But the trade off is that the crediting account will never credit a negative return, so zero is your worst scenario, with downside market protection. On the other side of the balance sheet, you have policy expenses like most financial products. So you could have a zero crediting year minus your policy expenses and experience an actual loss. That’s full disclosure. Variable Universal Life provides access to equity and bond subaccounts that charge a management fee and traditional life insurance policy expense loads. The extra fees have to be assessed against the tax savings to determine if the arbitrage between them has economic value. For high-tax-bracket investors, the tax savings overcome the extra expense. But keep in mind outside these subaccounts you’re subject to market volatility, so you can lose money. National syndicated financial columnist Steve Savant interviews Curt Chojnowski on the basics of retirement, accelerated benefits and other strategies available to seniors. Right on the Money is a weekly talk interview talk show for consumers. The show segments are distributed nationally to 280 media outlets as daily video press releases. (www.rightonthemoneyshow.com) https://youtu.be/2sPTLs-l2yU
Do I Get Cash Value and Death Benefit - Do I Keep My Cash Value Infinite Banking Dan Thompson
When I die do I get my cash value and death benefit? Do I get to keep my cash value when I die? This is a question that often comes up in relation to cash value life insurance and the Infinite Banking Concept. However, many people use this argument to say that Infinite Banking is flawed. Let's look at the fact around keeping your cash value when you die and whether or not this is something we should be worried about. Join Dan Thompson as he discusses this commonly asked Infinite Banking question. -------------------------------------------------------------- Please Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNtQmqZlNUwzPuWmHPI_oSg?sub_confirmation=1 Visit me on the web- http://WiseMoneyTools.com/ Follow me! FB - https://www.facebook.com/wisemoneytools Twitter - https://twitter.com/wisemoneytools Google+ - https://plus.google.com/114367619155241197052 I have been involved in financial planning for over 30 years. I started out as a high volume stock broker. After working with millions of dollars I decided there had to be another way for people to earn money in the market without all the risky ups and downs that leave you where you started, or worse. After reading a ton of books I came across a book on the Infinite Banking Concept and it completely changed my life and the way I view investments. Now I focus on building wealth in safe and predictable ways, like Infinite Banking, Cash Value Life Insurance, and Indexed Annuities to name a few. I post videos regularly so if you have any questions of comments feel free to email them to... dan at wisemoneytools dot com
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No Cash Value - White Trash (1997 Demo Version)
No Cash Value is an American Alternative Rock/Reggae band formed in Riverside, California, formed in 1996 Michael Atilano (vocals/guitar) Rich Hackett (bass) Joey Bull (drums) https://www.facebook.com/nocashvaluesocal/
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No Cash Value Punk Rock
Opening the show for Suicidal Tendencies! 3/2/16
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