More Reviews About Bank On Yourself Changing Lives!

The Bank On Yourself strategy is much more than just another way to save for retirement. Think about it: If you’re firing your banker, bypassing Wall Street, and taking back control of your own financial future – you’re literally changing your life!

You can see Bank On Yourself video reviews on YouTube. Bank On Yourself really does continue to change lives, as folks of all ages and incomes have discovered.

More than half a million families and businesses use the Bank On Yourself strategy – based on using super-charged dividend-paying whole life insurance – to reach their short-term and long-term financial goals, without taking any unnecessary risk. Read what real people are saying about this strategy in these Bank On Yourself reviews.

Drew Wilder Reviews Bank On Yourself

Drew Wilder’s family has been using the Bank On Yourself safe wealth-building strategy since 2006. In this review of the Bank On Yourself method, Drew shares how he’s relying on Bank On Yourself as a safe way to build financial stability … providing a source of funds for needs ranging from home repair to paying for college. See why Drew trusts dividend-paying whole life insurance to safely grow his nest egg.

Phil and Marge Owens Recommend Bank On Yourself

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Have You Seen This Amazing Amazon.com Review of The Bank On Yourself Revolution Book?

I’ve seen hundreds of reviews of my latest book, The Bank On Yourself Revolution, since its publication in 2014. And they’re fascinating to read because they’re all over the map. Most readers praise the strategy, although a few have damned it. (I could be mistaken, but I don’t believe anyone who has actually used the strategy for themselves has written a review saying they are unhappy.)

In any case, you can see some of the Bank On Yourself reviews here.

As you can imagine, the Amazon reviews for The Bank On Yourself Revolution are highly opinionated!

On the day I wrote this post, there were 138 reviews of The Bank On Yourself Revolution on Amazon.com. I’m thrilled that Amazon customers are giving us their two cents’ worth about the book.

A Very Unusual Review of The Bank On Yourself Revolution on Amazon.com

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They’re lying to you, again..

A widely publicized new report from the Federal Reserve shows Americans’ wealth plunged by nearly 40% between 2007 and 2010, due to the collapse in home values and the stock market.

There’s one big problem with the Report, which reveals that the net worth of U.S.families has been reduced to a level not seen since 1992 – it’s one of the biggest lies ever perpetrated on the American public!

Here’s why: You can’t eat a number on paper!

Those statistics about how much Americans’ wealth had ballooned prior to the financial crash were pure fiction. Unless and until you sell your assets and (hopefully) lock in your gains, you have nothing more than a bunch of eye-popping numbers on paper that have lured most Americans into believing they have real wealth and financial security, when they do not.

At least that’s the case for Americans who save and invest the way the conventional wisdom tells us to. But it’s not true for people who use the Bank On Yourself method.
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7 Recession Recovery Tips

Most financial analysts claim our country’s economy is on the mend, but many people haven’t felt that yet.  Maybe you’re one of these folks.  If so, there are a few basic steps you can take to speed up your personal recovery.

1.      Make (and stick to) a budgetRecession-Recovery-Signpost

A budget isn’t a straight jacket for your wallet. It’s a plan for your mind, to help you be sure the things you spend your money on are the things you want or need most.  Small amounts pile up.  A daily coffee shop visit adds up to $100+ a month.  Then there’s eating out, movies, alcohol, cigarettes, lotto tickets – you get the idea.  When you spend money, write it down. Review your spending weekly, so you know where your money is going. Look for things you can cut.

For example, buy your meals the old fashioned way – at the grocery store, not the drive-thru. And do most of your shopping around the perimeter of the market – near the outside walls. This is where you’ll find the fresh produce, dairy, and meats/poultry. Cut your food bill in half by avoiding pre-cooked or ready-to-eat stuff.

2.     Consider ways to downsize
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7 Reasons Why Banking On Yourself Makes Sense

Investing money is a difficult and confusing process for most.  While you want to earn the highest return possible, you worry that too much risk could result in a big loss.  There are Bank On Yourself growing coinagethousands of financial “experts” in the world, eager to impart advice and consultation, but how are you supposed to select the right one?

One option is Dividend-Paying Whole Life Insurance.  While not as publicized as a 401(k) or investing in the market, Whole Life Insurance is a viable, safe method for growing wealth while providing a safety net for your loved ones.

Please take a look at the answers to the FAQs below and consider if Dividend-Paying Whole Life Insurance through Bank On Yourself is an option for you.

FAQs:

1.  What is it Dividend Paying Whole Life Insurance?

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Small Business Owners Turn to Whole Life Insurance and Other Alternative Financing Options to Overcome Tight Credit

Now is the Best Time to Prepare for the Next Economic Downturn

By Pamela Yellen and Dean Rotbart

Executive Summary: Among the best non-conventional or alternative financing options for small businesses are loans taken against the owners’ or business’s whole life insurance policies.  Correctly structured, policies such as those that conform with the Bank On Yourself strategy, are tax-advantaged and readily accessible sources of the cash that every small business owner requires to survive harsh economic times.

DENVER – Small business owner Terry Hauschulz recently needed a $15,000 loan so that he could pay the tab on his October 15th federal tax return.

Clients of Hauschulz’s 10-year-old medical equipment repair business have been dallying when it comes to paying him.  “Great receivables, no cash,” Hauschulz laments.

The 55-year-old proprietor mulled asking his commercial bank to help tide him over.  “You know what that would be,” he says of the iffy and laborious process of winning a loan approval these days even for those borrowers with good credit.

rejected creditInstead, Hauschulz, like tens of thousands of other self-reliant entrepreneurs, professionals and small business operators, looked to non-conventional finance options.

The solution he selected – borrowing against his individual whole life insurance plan – allowed him to promptly receive the necessary funds without a credit check, without having to submit financial statements, without needing the approval of a loan committee and without any bureaucratic hassles.

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