Top Five Recent Stories from Bank On Yourself

Judging by the questions we’ve been getting from subscribers, there’s a good chance you may have missed some of these 5 important recent stories…

1. New Wealth-Killing Revelations About Your 401(k) and IRA

I'm going to retire and live off my savings...

While doing research for my new book (The Bank On Yourself Revolution, due out on February 11), I came across four stunning new revelations about 401(k)s and IRAs. If you have money in one of these plans, I urge you to read this exposé to find out how to protect yourself from making costly mistakes.

I'm going to retire and live off my savings...

 2. Is Bank On Yourself “Snake Oil”?


Because the Bank On Yourself method lets people bypass Wall Street to enjoy guaranteed, predictable growth of their money, it gets attacked by investment advisors and financial planners regularly. I suppose it’s a normal reaction for an advisor who is losing clients who’ve tired of gambling their money on the Wall Street Casino. But the depths to which some of these stock jocks will stoop to try to poke a hole in the Bank On Yourself concept will astonish you. Take the investment advisor who writes a blog for a large news website who claims he found a major flaw in the concept and that using a Bank On Yourself policy to financing something like a car is a losing strategy. How did this blogger come to that conclusion? I hope you’re sitting down,  because the answer will astonish you. He was comparing the total cost of purchasing a car and financing it through a Bank On Yourself plan to the total cost of NOT buying a car at all! Get the full scoop and see the proof here.


3. The Magic of Good Bank On Yourself Plan Design Revealed

Subscribers to our newsletter and blog post have told us that one article we posted gives the best explanation they’ve ever seen of how the “riders” or options added to a Bank On Yourself-type plan make your money grow significantly faster than the plans that Suze Orman, Dave Ramsey and most other financial experts talk about. If you’ve ever wondered how those mysterious riders work, exactly how much faster they make your money grow, and how they reduce the commission paid to the advisor by up to 70%, get the answers and see an eye-opening side-by-side comparison here.

Would you like to find out how much bigger your nest-egg could grow with a properly designed Bank On Yourself plan…

…and without the risk or volatility of stocks, real estate and other investments?. To find out what your bottom-line, guaranteed numbers and results would be if you added Bank On Yourself to your financial plan, request a free, no-obligation Analysis now, if you haven’t already done so.

If you’re wondering where you’ll find the money to fund your plan, keep in mind the Bank On Yourself Professionals are masters at helping people find money they didn’t know they had to fund a plan. Here are the eight most common places they look.

4. Play the Tortoise and Hare Savings Race Game

Tortoise and the HareWe received such an enthusiastic response to this fun and interactive game that I want to make sure you got a chance to play it. Wall Street has conditioned us to believe that the only way to get inflation-beating returns is to risk your money in the stock market. But is that really true? Play the Tortoise and the Hare Savings Race Game and find out.

5. A Better Way to Save and Pay for College

Paying for college for a child, grandchild or yourself without spending your life’s savings is one of the biggest challenges faced by families today. This video and article reveals the pros and cons of the different ways of paying for college, such as 529 plans, UGMAs, UTMAs and student loans.

You’ll learn the seven important questions to ask yourself when choosing between college savings methods. And you’ll discover how the Bank On Yourself method can double as a safe college savings plan AND a way to provide you a guaranteed income in retirement that can last as long as you do. Check it out here.Seven Questions to Ask When Choosing the Best Way to Pay for College
Enjoy, and let me know if you have other questions you’d like answered in future articles and blog posts.

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