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The University of Michigan and its football coach, Jim Harbaugh, recently agreed to an updated contract that will increase payments from the school, as well as loan Harbaugh $4 million in 2016 and $2 million for the following five years to pay life insurance premiums. According to information from a Freedom of Information Act request, the first $2 million loan...Read More
One of the few topics on which most Americans can agree seems to be a distrust in the nation’s banking system. A 2015 Gallup poll revealed that the only federal agency in the United States with a consistently lower approval rating than the Federal Reserve was the Internal Revenue Service. That’s a shockingly low level of trust and approval.
Even big-time politicians on both sides of the...Read More
There are so many people who believe that the stock market is their key to getting rich quick and building up their retirement savings easily. The reality is the stock market, while it can be a good way to make your money grow and work for itself, can also be a good way to lose big really quickly, especially if you are inexperienced with it.
Keep in mind that you have your money and your...Read More
The way the average person saves in America is fundamentally broken. Even your typical person who could be classified as fiscally responsible spends approximately 30 percent of their income on interest on loans and debt, and saves approximately 10 percent of what they make.
What is important about infinite banking is the process and not the product. Your mind must break itself from the bondage...Read More
A recent study by Investopedia dug in depth into the average amount of money people in America have saved for retirement during each decade of their adult lives. The results give some indication as to the average person’s amount of money plus their mindset regarding savings at certain periods of their lives.
One study from last year indicated the average American has approximately $104,000 in...Read More
For years, especially since the recession, Americans have been growing increasingly distrusting of the country’s banking system. People realize banks are getting rich off of their money, and that they’re paying loans back with alarming interest rates, essentially wasting thousands of dollars over the course of many years.
It comes as no surprise, then, that people have been slowly starting to...Read More
Do you ever feel that the financial deck is stacked against you?
For many of us, there’s so much money going out the door every month that it’s hard to get ahead, let alone secure your family’s future.
You may have gotten an inkling of it on that momentous day when you signed your mortgage papers. I remembered the first house I bought. Nervous and excited, I was intimidated by the big stack of...Read More
If you’re an average adult in America today, you go out in the world and work. You get our money and just spend while hoping there’s money left over at the end of the month to put into savings.
I’m telling you that’s an easy way to find yourself in financial slavery.
Think about it.
If you were to sign a piece of paper and that paper was a contract saying that you would be my slave...Read More
Whether April Fool’s day is just around the corner or it has come and gone many of us still feel like fool when it comes to finances, retirement programs, money, and investments. I know that I felt this way until I learned about the Priviate Family Financing (PFF). Ask yourself, “Have you ever been the fool when it came to investing your money?” Have you ever felt as if you just do not...Read More
The leaves are coming back; the grass is growing; it is spring! And that means time for spring cleaning. Cleaning your houses, cleaning out your closets, but how about cleaning up your finances?
The holidays are over and people normally spend lots of money over the winter. So as spring cleaning arrives why not clean up your finances and start something that will benefit you and your family...Read More