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Americas elite have been using cash value life insurance to stockpile wealth for centuries. Used correctly, it is better described as a personal bank on steroids, and a financial bunker for tough times. To be clear, this book is not about the typical garbage peddled by most insurance agents. Rather, an alternative to the risky investment strategies taught by Wall Street. It America’s elite have been using cash value life insurance to stockpile wealth for centuries. Used correctly, it is better described as a personal bank on steroids, and a financial bunker for tough times. To be clear, this book is not about the typical garbage peddled by most insurance agents. Rather, an alternative to the risky investment strategies taught by Wall Street. It details a highly efficient form of cash value life insurance designed to supercharge your savings and stockpile wealth. A product so powerful it’s responsible for the success of Walt Disney, JC Penney, Ray Kroc, and thousands of others. Here's what you'll discover: •How the wealthy use this vehicle to create more wealth, take less risk, and create predictable income down the road •Why banks and corporations place billions of dollars in this powerful vehicle •How I earned over 300 percent returns leveraging my life insurance policies •How you can create a safe, predictable foundation to enhance every financial decision you make •How to win with taxes and keep more of the money you make While the information compiled into this book is valuable, you'll also find three case studies that show you exactly how it works. You'll be able to visually see how it grows, how it's accessed, as well as the future income that can be taken. ______________ Influencers of this book are Nelson Nash, his book "Becoming Your Own Banker: Unlock the Infinite Banking Concept"; Pamela Yellen, her book "Bank on Yourself"; Dwayne Burnell, his book "Financial Independence in the 21st Century - Life Insurance * Utilize the Infinite Banking Concept * Compliment Your 401K - Retirement Planning With Permanent Whole Life versus Term or Universal - Create Financial Peace"; and my Father Dan Thompson, and his book "The Banking Effect: Acquiring wealth through your own Private Banking System." I was introduced to these financial strategies at a young age, and this is book represents the effort and energy on both the part of everyone of my mentors, these authors here, as well as my own diligence in learning about and implementing these very same strategies into my personal finances. This book is designed to simplify some of the concepts surrounding cash value life insurance, such as Infinite Banking and Bank on Yourself, and make them easier to understand, stripping them down to the core benefits of cash value life insurance.


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Americas elite have been using cash value life insurance to stockpile wealth for centuries. Used correctly, it is better described as a personal bank on steroids, and a financial bunker for tough times. To be clear, this book is not about the typical garbage peddled by most insurance agents. Rather, an alternative to the risky investment strategies taught by Wall Street. It America’s elite have been using cash value life insurance to stockpile wealth for centuries. Used correctly, it is better described as a personal bank on steroids, and a financial bunker for tough times. To be clear, this book is not about the typical garbage peddled by most insurance agents. Rather, an alternative to the risky investment strategies taught by Wall Street. It details a highly efficient form of cash value life insurance designed to supercharge your savings and stockpile wealth. A product so powerful it’s responsible for the success of Walt Disney, JC Penney, Ray Kroc, and thousands of others. Here's what you'll discover: •How the wealthy use this vehicle to create more wealth, take less risk, and create predictable income down the road •Why banks and corporations place billions of dollars in this powerful vehicle •How I earned over 300 percent returns leveraging my life insurance policies •How you can create a safe, predictable foundation to enhance every financial decision you make •How to win with taxes and keep more of the money you make While the information compiled into this book is valuable, you'll also find three case studies that show you exactly how it works. You'll be able to visually see how it grows, how it's accessed, as well as the future income that can be taken. ______________ Influencers of this book are Nelson Nash, his book "Becoming Your Own Banker: Unlock the Infinite Banking Concept"; Pamela Yellen, her book "Bank on Yourself"; Dwayne Burnell, his book "Financial Independence in the 21st Century - Life Insurance * Utilize the Infinite Banking Concept * Compliment Your 401K - Retirement Planning With Permanent Whole Life versus Term or Universal - Create Financial Peace"; and my Father Dan Thompson, and his book "The Banking Effect: Acquiring wealth through your own Private Banking System." I was introduced to these financial strategies at a young age, and this is book represents the effort and energy on both the part of everyone of my mentors, these authors here, as well as my own diligence in learning about and implementing these very same strategies into my personal finances. This book is designed to simplify some of the concepts surrounding cash value life insurance, such as Infinite Banking and Bank on Yourself, and make them easier to understand, stripping them down to the core benefits of cash value life insurance.

30 review for Money. Wealth. Life Insurance.: How the Wealthy Use Life Insurance as a Tax-Free Personal Bank to Supercharge Their Savings

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chris Thompson

    A Must Read Jake Thompson (a Thompson brother from another mother)has written a clear and concise explanation of why properly funded cash value life insurance is the "Swiss Army Knife" of financial products. You will be blessed in unimaginable ways if you read this book and then implement its strategy.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ernest Sneed

    A short e book on how cash value life insurance can be used a part of a financial plan. The author's intent is to have one purchase a high cash value life insurance policy. He reviews the conservative nature of this instrument as compared to an unpredictable stock market. Also, the book details the tax advantages of the cash value that can be used anytime tax free. He does not compare the financial returns to a portfolio performance of various percentages of stocks/bonds/money market instruments A short e book on how cash value life insurance can be used a part of a financial plan. The author's intent is to have one purchase a high cash value life insurance policy. He reviews the conservative nature of this instrument as compared to an unpredictable stock market. Also, the book details the tax advantages of the cash value that can be used anytime tax free. He does not compare the financial returns to a portfolio performance of various percentages of stocks/bonds/money market instruments over time. Also, there is no commentary regarding a comparison to the Roth 401K/IRA financial instruments. This would make a good addition to the book. It is worth reading.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cody Martin

    Stunning I am at a loss for words. Everything Ive been told all my life has been a collection of lies and half truths. This book is really eye opening. Stunning I am at a loss for words. Everything I’ve been told all my life has been a collection of lies and half truths. This book is really eye opening.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Cara

    I got this to see if indexed universal life insurance as mostly-tax-free investment is even still a thing at all in 2019. Apparently it is. This book says most of the same stuff as The Last Chance Millionaire; it just doesnt go on and on about taking all the equity out of your house to do it. However, this author lost me in the first few pages because: - All the sales copy about the book was blah blah 2019, but the copyright date of this book is 2013. - The author apparently doesnt know the I got this to see if indexed universal life insurance as mostly-tax-free investment is even still a thing at all in 2019. Apparently it is. This book says most of the same stuff as The Last Chance Millionaire; it just doesn’t go on and on about taking all the equity out of your house to do it. However, this author lost me in the first few pages because: - All the sales copy about the book was “blah blah 2019,” but the copyright date of this book is 2013. - The author apparently doesn’t know the difference between “its” and “it’s” and couldn’t be bothered to hire a competent proofreader. Take financial advice from this guy? I don’t think so. I did read the whole thing, but it was a very high-level overview of the concept, clearly intended to entice you to write to the guy and be like, “Oh, Mr. Man, will you set it up for me???” Since I already don’t trust the guy, no.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Chris Coffey

    A good illustration of cash value tax free retirement but the author fails to understand why 401k investments are still a vital part of retirement The author does a great job explaining the cash growing power of high cash value life insurance. However, I feel that the underestimates the importance of a client obtaining the 'matching' or 3% of their 401k as it is never a good idea to leave free money on the table. As a financial advisor, when I meet with new clients I make sure that they are A good illustration of cash value tax free retirement but the author fails to understand why 401k investments are still a vital part of retirement The author does a great job explaining the cash growing power of high cash value life insurance. However, I feel that the underestimates the importance of a client obtaining the 'matching' or 3% of their 401k as it is never a good idea to leave free money on the table. As a financial advisor, when I meet with new clients I make sure that they are contributing their 3% and then use any amount said 3% as a jumping off point for tax free retirement options.

  6. 5 out of 5

    James Barber

    Good stuff Im an independent insurance agent. The wealth accumulation strategy available through properly structured permanent life insurance is real. This book explains much of it pretty well. Theres a lot more to it than just understanding the basic concept. So, if youre interested then I suggest reaching out to someone familiar with how to set them up. The difference between a regular policy and a properly stricter one is staggering. Good stuff I’m an independent insurance agent. The wealth accumulation strategy available through properly structured permanent life insurance is real. This book explains much of it pretty well. There’s a lot more to it than just understanding the basic concept. So, if you’re interested then I suggest reaching out to someone familiar with how to set them up. The difference between a regular policy and a properly stricter one is staggering.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Victor

    Wealth is within sight now Great info. We are all programmed and this book helps you see the truth about the financial world. Awesome book well worth reading and following its advice. A must read in my opinion. Thank you for letting me see a future in such a dark world of manipulation . Wealth is within sight now Great info. We are all programmed and this book helps you see the truth about the financial world. Awesome book well worth reading and following it’s advice. A must read in my opinion. Thank you for letting me see a future in such a dark world of manipulation .

  8. 4 out of 5

    Darryl Moss

    A good Sourse of financial information! It is a very good tool to have in your book case or in you kindle reading material. I think you will find that the earliest you look into financial growth the more you will see that life insurance opens all the door of a lifetime or financial stability.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kerry Etheridge

    This is a must-read for anyone who is interested in or intimidated by finances, savings and how life insurance works. Very short, you can read it in a couple of hours in one sitting. Believe me, you'll want to read it many times. I've actually given it to a couple of people as a gift when they've expressed interest in saving for retirement, kids college tuition, etc.

  10. 5 out of 5

    jaime preciado

    Great Book!!! A great great for anyone looking to buy Cash Value Life Insurance . Fast and easy read, written with plain English to understand the insurance policies program. Thank you.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Christine Kennedy-Riffon

    Information every one should know Thank you for this wonderful read! Very informative and helpful. I wish some of the examples were based on lower income and some for younger as well as older people scenarios. Nevertheless it is a useful resource and outline.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Augusto E. Letona

    Tax free growth! It is constantly reassuring to read about tax free growth vehicles that only the wealthy have enjoyed. Knowing that the average person has been bamboozled with 401k's. I appreciate folks like Jake and David Mcknight.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Gregory Blanchard

    Excellent read! Very thought provoking with pertinent historical perspectives. It's time to ditch the 401k and begin building REAL WEALTH, safely& predictably! I can't wait to get the strategy started!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Hans Scheil

    Exactly How Life Insurance Works Given many years to accumulate wealth and protect ones family; a life insurance policy with high cash value is a guaranteed winner! Hans Scheil Author Cardinal Guide Exactly How Life Insurance Works Given many years to accumulate wealth and protect one’s family; a life insurance policy with high cash value is a guaranteed winner! Hans Scheil Author Cardinal Guide

  15. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin Chavez

    Good but not enough I would have liked to see more about the compounding Interest, what are the fees like, the author kept on saying that you get the benefits if the insurance policy is structured right. He never compared a bad example of a policy to a good example of a policy.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jaffey Joffer

    Very informative and insightful

  17. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Mathelier

    Good for beginners The book was worth reading for someone like me with no knowledge on the topic. I found it to be informative and without fluff but I was excepting a lot more.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Raquel G. Javier

    Great book! es me more insight in how cash value life insurance works. It gives me more wisdom go help more families in the future.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ellany

    Good ideas, but poorly written and doesnt begin to explain well enough how it works. The concepts are definitely worth looking further into. Good ideas, but poorly written and doesn’t begin to explain well enough how it works. The concepts are definitely worth looking further into.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Stacey

    good example in this book is how companies use insurance to protect themselves.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dea Elmi

    Not really substantive, still, there is valuable advice in this book.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Robert King

    Good overview of concept. Very light on details of implementation.

  23. 4 out of 5

    brandon campbell

    Great book Very good book I whould have never thought that life insurance would be batter then a bank account never in my life.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Christina Buchanan

    Good Information This book gives basic information but doesn't go into great detail of how to build a sustainable policy or what structure is needed to benefit from the types of policies they describe. I think if you pay for for a book it should give you everything in great detail not beat around the bush.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Seth

    Principles sound, presentation a bit mediocre This is a mediocre explanation of otherwise fantastic financial principles. Permanent, high cash value life insurance is the best vehicle out there to grow wealth safely, but the writing in this book was a bit amateurish. It also could have been longer to be worth purchasing; it felt like an extended blog post.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Hines

    Great Overview This was a wonderful, concise introduction to a financial tool that should be better known. It was a tool that helped build America and where half of all family savings were kept in the first half of the 20th century.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dennis

    Great simplification of the perils of Wall Street Wall Street is not a bad place but it should not be the only place to help you reach your financial objectives. Clearly high cash value strategies work.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Rebecka

    I liked the book. Learned some things, but especially learned that there is a lump sum funded life insurance that you don't have to put anything else into it. I'm logging that in my memory for the future! It was a very easy read. I enjoyed it.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Glen Alis

    Wow!!! I really learned a lot from this book. This is amazing information. I truly think that this is what I have been looking to help secure my future and the future of many generations to come. Thank you Jake. This book is inspiring!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    Great information, but a little bit short and brief.

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