Physician heals his financial ills with Bank On Yourself

After losing half of his retirement savings not once, but TWICE, during the past decade, Dr. Bryan Kuns decided, “there has to be a better way.”

Dr. Bryan Kuns

Dr. Bryan Kuns

A family and occupational medicine practitioner for 25 years, the doctor realized that, at age 50, he and his wife might only have one more chance to get it right.  “I need some more guarantees than taking a chance and gambling again with my retirement,” Bryan realized.

A little over one year ago, he heard about Bank On Yourself.  Intrigued, he began reading everything he could get his hands on about the concept.  Then he requested a referral to a Bank On Yourself Authorized Advisor and a Free Analysis.

It’s an answered prayer.  I’m sleeping a lot better at night, now.  The guarantees that this program has are what I was looking for.” –Dr. Bryan Kuns

Bryan offered to share his story with you.  Whether you already use Bank On Yourself, or you’ve been considering adding it to your financial plan, you’ll learn something of value from this interview.  You can listen to the interview by pressing the play button below, or you can download the entire interview as an Mp3 and listen on your own player or iPod…

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You can also download a transcript of the interview here.

In this interview, you’ll discover…

  • Why Bryan felt that that the financial advisors he’d been working with were more concerned with their retirement plan than his
  • What Bryan learned about good debt versus bad debt… and why paying cash for things isn’t the best answer
  • How Bryan is using his policies to become his own source of financing for his personal needs, as well as for his practice – and why he won’t miss filling out those nosy, lengthy loan applications
  • How Bryan is using his policies to become his own source of financing for his personal needs, as well as for his practice – and why he won’t miss filling out those nosy, lengthy loan applications
  • Why the guaranteed and exponential growth of the death benefit gives you peace of mind knowing your loved ones will be taken care of if you pass away before fully funding your policy
  • The value of leaving a legacy for your family that ensures financial security for generations to come
  • Why the asset protection provided by life insurance was an added incentive for Bryan
  • How Bryan introduced this concept to his daughter… and why he feels it’s important to teach children how to fish for a lifetime
  • The difference between a financial plan based on hope and one based on guarantees

You can listen to the interview by pressing the play button below, or you can download the entire interview as an MP3 and listen on your own player or iPod…

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You can also download a transcript of the interview here.

If you haven’t started to Bank On Yourself yet, it’s free and there’s no-obligation to request an Analysis and find out what your bottom line numbers and results could be if you added Bank On Yourself to your financial plan.

When you request your Analysis, you’ll also get a referral to one of only 200 financial advisors in the country who have taken the rigorous training and meet the requirements to be a Bank On Yourself Authorized Advisor, like the one Bryan is working with.

I only have one chance at having a really, really good retirement, and because of this whole concept and program, I am now very excited about retirement and the future and my children’s lives and future.” – Dr. Bryan Kuns

Request your free Analysis now, so you can have the peace of mind that comes with knowingyour financial future will be one you can predict and count on!

Comments

  1. Pamela, I just heard my first radio ad for Bank on Yourself. Just keep getting out the news

    Thank you

  2. Eric Bingman says:

    I’m just being careful here . You know what they say…if it sounds too good to be true……however I will take the next step respectfully yours

  3. James L Tyree II says:

    I am on the opposite end. I failed financially early and then at 27 started doing my research. I opened my first policy on myself last July and am using it to pay off my car. Then I will pay my policy back for the rest of what I paid for the car prior to starting my policy. Then I will use it for my business equipment and to buy assets. My son is 8 and I am 29 and turning 30 this year. I am excited and hopeful because I am making steady progress and all because I failed.

    • You are very wise for your years, James. Our best opportunities for growth come from our failures, as you clearly understand.

      The big challenge ahead for you – as well as for most people – is how long you remember the lessons you’ve learned!

  4. Pam, can you do an article on people who started BOY-like policies long ago and right now are in retirement and are withdrawing from their policies for retirement income? Are the policies working as predicted with the withdrawal and/or policy loans? Thanks.

    • Tim, people have been using dividend-paying whole life policies to fund their retirement for over a century now.

      The biggest difference with a Bank On Yourself-designed policy is that you have a lot more cash value for the same premium dollars paid.

      We are soon launching a new site where we will focus more on ways to take on retirement income, among other things I think you’ll find of great interest.

      Stay tuned for an announcement about that coming soon!

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