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Wealth Talks podcast is an educational podcast that helps you build Wealth in all areas of your life. Increase your Financial IQ, develop personal growth, and create a lasting legacy all while getting exposed to the strategies that successful people are using. You’ll get actionable strategies and intelligence that you can immediately put to use to start creating real and lasting generational wealth. See more on our website: https://www.life-benefits.com/podcasts
 
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Real Estate prices have been fluctuating for years. Goaded by natural disasters, crime and political intrigue, real estate prices have been anything but stable. Seemingly “safe” properties are not immune, the arrival of a less than desirable neighbor, or the whim of some politician can change your home’s value drastically. All told real estate seem…
 
YouTube has changed the world of learning. With a simple search, we can find videos to learn about almost anything under the sun. But there is so much non-relevant, outdated, and even mis-information online too, that trying to sort out the gold can be frustrating. Today on WealthTalks, you get a “behind-the-scenes look” at the Life Benefits YouTube…
 
Only 59% of Americans own life insurance and 50% of these people are still under-insured. Why don’t people own more life insurance? Perhaps it’s because they: Have been told it’s a bad investment? Have heard misunderstandings about life insurance Had an experience with a bad policy (or a bad agent) Or maybe they think: Group life insurance is enoug…
 
Many people think the Federal Reserve is a wing of government… but in actuality it is a Private Cartel. The unusual thing about the Federal Reserve is their ability to create money. We have to work to make our money, but the Federal Reserve can simply print its very own Benjamin Franklins. In today’s day and age, they don’t even have to print. They…
 
Is The United States of America a Democracy, a Republic, or something else? Does the Constitution uphold the Lockdown? What is the Electoral College? Was the 17th Amendment in 1913 good or bad? These are important questions, how do we find the answers? Today on Wealth Talks, Tom and John are joined by constitutional scholar Rick Green. Rick knows e…
 
Krish Dhanam joins the show today! Are some of George Orwell’s famous predictions coming true? Ignorance is Strength Freedom is Slavery War is Peace Foundations matter - and no less in the times we are living today. When you draw a line there is always a price to pay, but history shows that people who draw the line and stand by their values are the…
 
Universal Life Insurance and especially Indexed Universal Life Insurance (IUL) is a relatively new type of insurance, and one which has created a lot of controversy. Some almost swear by it, others just as vehemently oppose it. Some like it because they say it allows them to still dabble in the market, while retaining a death benefit. Others detest…
 
We’ve probably all heard the term Becoming Your Own Banker. Why would anyone want to be a banker? Aren’t bankers the professionals? Why not just let them manage all the money? Today on WealthTalks Tom and John share some very interesting and astounding, numbers. At the end of this podcast you will not only realize exactly why you should manage your…
 
Recently a few articles have made their way into the news about Insurance Companies turning down would be purchasers due to the COVID19 Pandemic. Perhaps the Wall Street Journal put it best stating “Some Americans are being turned away trying to buy Life Insurance”. Today, Dan Foley, Senior Vice President of Marketing Technology with Security Mutua…
 
Recently there have been some sensational articles in the media suggesting life insurance companies are facing tough times with the financial crisis combined with COVID-19. Special guest Attorney Andrew Rinn, also the Vice President of Advanced Markets at Ameritas, joins us to share an inside perspective on what’s really happening at mutual life in…
 
He straddled the bicycle for the first time, set his feet on the pedals and rode serenely away into the glowing sunset. Oh if only it was that easy! It isn’t of-course, because, like everything, there is a learning curve. Is it possible to eliminate the learning curve on a bicycle by learning everything you can about it? What if you learned the way…
 
The economy is down, businesses are closed and people are left unemployed as the quarantine lockdown continues. Will the economy ever recover? Today on Wealth Talks, economist George Gilder joins Tom and John to talk about the economy, wealth and poverty. George Gilder has written many renown books on the economy, including Wealth and Poverty, a be…
 
Risk Tolerance is a phrase that gets thrown around a lot in the typical financial world. Your risk tolerance is defined as the degree of variability in investment returns that you are willing to withstand. But this really doesn’t specify the amount of money you are willing to risk in order to possibly make a certain amount of money. In other words,…
 
The market has plunged rapidly into a black swan, and a black swan is where typical financial planning fails. Typical financial planning tells you just to keep your money in, and let the market come back up. But many times, the best deals are to be found in times like these. If your money is all tied up, you are going to miss out. Traditional finan…
 
The market is a mess. Stocks are down, the Dow is down, the S&P 500 is down. Are you happy with your strategy for financial planning? Or does it feel more like gambling in Las Vegas? People are being failed by their financial planning strategy, leaving them dependent on Social Security. This is a problem. You need a foundation that isn’t affected b…
 
Typical financial planning has failed, leaving many dependent on social security. 401Ks, simple IRAs and other Tax Qualified Plans, are the “golden goose” that can kill you financially if you don’t know and understand the “terms and conditions” of each. Although it seems like “free money” when your employer is contributing some sort of match, will …
 
Should you rely only on Group Life Insurance through your employer? Or does it make sense to combine your group coverage with individual coverage? What option(s) will cost the least over time? What else should you know of when it comes to Group Life Insurance? Find out now. Hear the pros and cons of Group Life Insurance and how it compares (or can …
 
Stories from the Plymouth Pilgrim colony and the modern Farming community help to explore the way Socialism differs from Mutual Assistance, Mutual Organizations or acts of Charity in a community. Ask yourself, what model will best protect wealth? And discover how you can you participate in a mutual framework to protect the wealth you create. Obviou…
 
What you need to know about government, money systems and market environments to build sustainable wealth - we make it all easy for you. Understanding these systems conceptually, will help you grow your wealth and keep more of the money you make. Did you know Sir Isaac Newton (the inventor of calculus) made a significant contribution to a stable mo…
 
You’ve heard of income-based repayment aka income-driven repayment plans for student loans. Do they apply to you? How do you know what income driven plan is best for you? What about the tax liability when the loan is forgiven? Is it really worth jumping through all the recertification hoops? Will you have to limit your service potential to keep you…
 
Did you know, that a withdrawal from any type of Universal life insurance policy, is substantially different than a withdrawal from a Whole life insurance policy? Policy loans may also affect universal life insurance and whole life insurance products differently. On this show you’ll hear what you need to know about policy loans and withdrawals. It …
 
Conversation with Krish Dhanam and Dr. John Bergman highlighting some of the wonderful experiences and content from the 2019 Wealth Cruise.🚢 From financial wealth building to world views and knowledge for cultivating physical health and well-being, this cruise reflects a recognition that humans are tridimensional in nature with Mental, Physical and…
 
🗓 Open Enrollment for Health Insurance starts Friday November 1st running through December 15th 2019. Special guest Jack Hooper from Take Command Health shares 2 new HRAs available for businesses in 2020 - ICHRA and EBHRA in addition to QSEHRA from 2017. Acronym Definitions: ICHRA = Individual Coverage Health Reimbursement Arrangement EBHRA = Excep…
 
🗞Everything you need to know, and probably more than you’ll ever need to know, about Indexed Universal Life Insurance (IUL). Universal Life Insurance has been promoted since the 1970’s. IUL insurance is even more recent, but still based on the same idea of buying term insurance and investing the difference. If you like risk, fees, a possibility of …
 
19 out of 20 Americans with a 401(k) are paying fees of some sort whether they know it or not. 😰 Even if the account, or advisor, does not charge a management fee, there are usually fees hidden in various ways. If you know these fees are present you can figure out how to deal with them, overcome, or avoid them strategically. Just don’t be a sucker …
 
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