Kevin Grutzmacher’s Bank On Yourself Review

Kevin’s biggest doubts or concerns when he first heard about Bank On Yourself:

Changing my mindset about the "magic" of 401(k) and traditional savings accounts. I’m not a brilliant investment-type guy. Who has the time? Perhaps a few do, but not I. I also thought "scam-scam-scam". Since money predation is easier than ever with a world-wide internet, I have an inherent distrust of a government that has access to all of my personal information, including web-based investments, with a flip-of-the-switch. Pitiable, but largely unavoidable in this "enlightened" modern world of push-button gratification.

I do feel my wife and I have taken a ‘leap-of-faith’ by stopping all my contributions to my personal 401(k), routing those funds to our Bank On Yourself policy, though she still contributes to her Roth 401(k).

Kevin’s experience as a result of using Bank On Yourself:

It’s too early as of today (only 4 months) in our BOY ‘experience’ to draw any sort of realistic expectations.

Specific feature Kevin likes the most about Bank On Yourself:

It’s (currently) tax-free distribution feature.

Other benefits Kevin likes about Bank On Yourself:

Again, too early in our policies’ life to determine.

How Kevin has used the policy for and how it makes him feel:

Not applicable as of today.

Why Kevin recommends Bank On Yourself:

Already gave Pam’s Bank On Yourself book to my 30 year-old son. It’s up to him, now.

Additional thoughts from Kevin:

Looking at the Big Picture of financial life in the USA, I can’t stand the idea of counting on social security. By the time I retire, I doubt I’ll ever receive a total of even 1/3 of everything i’ve contributed since I began paying as a paper-boy at age 11, over 40 years ago. Too bad SS isn’t privatized….I’d know now exactly where to move those funds.

I thank God that I’m a free American, blessed with some small ability to hunt & fish for good, organic food as a partial hedge against over-priced food at the local stores, which translates into less dollars allocated for daily sustenance!

As our Bank On Yourself policy (hopefully) grows, I have only 1 major concern: Taking care of my beautiful wife when I’m gone.

Occupation:
Public Relations & Education Coordinator

Started with Bank On Yourself:
2011

Kevin Grutzmacher

Kevin Grutzmacher Lives In:
St. Paul, Minnesota


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