Put Your Money To Work In Two Places At One Time!
Is your money pulling double duty? Many people know that investing in real estate using a Self-Directed IRA is one of the best ways to grow your wealth. But one of the problems with an IRA is that you can only put $5,500 per year into an IRA. And you may not even be able to put that much in if you make too much. So what do you do when you’ve maxed out your SD-IRA contributions and you still have more money you want to invest in a tax-advantaged manner? This strategy provides a way to put your money to work in TWO places at ONE time. Not only will you get tax-free growth and retirement income from your contributions, you can actually make more money by putting your money to work in two places at one time.
If you are a real estate investor putting YOUR OWN money into deals, then this one simple trick will help you make more money doing the same thing you are doing today!
What if you could put your money into an asset class that earns 6-8% returns?
What if you could use that asset as COLLATERAL to get a Line of Credit at Prime?
This means that you could take the new loan and use it to invest in real estate or safe financial alternatives and to the extent that your return exceeds your interest paid, you are adding value on top of your original investment.
A properly designed and funded Permanent Life Insurance Policy (Whole Life or Universal) allows you to do just that.
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Most people know the basics of Life Insurance, but they haven’t really put it all together to make this connection.
Most people know that permanent life insurance has cash value. Its no secret.
Most people know that the cash value of permanent life insurance earns interest/dividends. They just thought it was lower or took longer to accumulate.
Most people know that they can cash out their policy or take loans.
The last point is the biggest misunderstanding. Most people incorrectly think that you borrow from the cash value of your life insurance policy. That is not the case. You borrow against your cash value. The difference is what makes this so powerful. Your cash value is still growing even while you are borrowing against it to invest in real estate. You have two assets working for you at the same time.
Many banks and financial institutions will offer a Cash Value Line of Credit. We will assist you in finding a lender to facilitate this.
Another way to look at this would be to think of a “Magic Checking Account“. Unlike a regular checking account that pays no interest and actually sends your money to the recipient of the check, a Magic Checking Account pays interest and allows your money to grow tax-free. Even better, when you “Write a check“, the “Check” is drawn against a credit line secured by the balance in your Magic Checking Account. The interest on your credit line balance is being offset by the interest your account is earning. That is the way Permanent Life Insurance works!
Your cash value is safely growing and compounding TAX-FREE from now until the day you decide to retire. But, unlike an IRA or 401(k), every day between now and the time you retire, you can access funds from a Bank or the Insurance Company that are secured by your cash value. Your retirement savings can be pulling double duty. Is your IRA or 401(k) helping to put food on the table today?
Borrowing rates are currently 4% – 5%. So ANY investment you make with that borrowed money, that earns more than the 4% – 5% borrowing rate, is adding value to your overall portfolio. Just a 1% spread, for example, is 1% more than you would have made. Ever heard of the Rule of 72? The Rule of 72 states that if you divide 72 by the interest rate your money is earning, the result is the number of years it will take your money to double. For example, if your money is earning 8%, your money will double every 9 years. And if your money is earning 9%, it will double every 8 years. 10% is roughly 7 years.
The Rule of 72 is the most powerful concept in Retirement Planning.
Any incremental gain on your overall savings could mean the difference between retiring with $1 Million or $2 Million or between $2 Million and $4 Million. Think about this: a 30-year old has 35 years until he reaches what used to be considered retirement age. Any money he invested at 7% at age 30 would have doubled 3 Times over 35 years. $1000 would have turned into $2000, $2000 would have turned into $4000, and $4000 would have turned into $8000. But if he could have been earning just 1% more (8%), that $1000 would be rolling over to $16,000 the very next year.
You can go on doing what you are doing. Or you can apply these strategies to step your business up to the next curve. Click on the appointment button right now to set a time to learn how this can work for your business.
Check out our extensive set of resources below to help Real Estate Investors learn how to Leverage the Cash Value of Permanent Life Insurance to Put Their Money to Work in TWO Places at One Time. Savvy investors know that Wall Street is for the masses. Anyone investing in safe alternative investments can leverage this approach to earn higher returns.
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Listen to My Interview on “The Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever” Podcast with Joe Fairless
Watch a Recorded Presentation for the Global Real Estate Education Network
Quick Overview of the Concept of Leveraging a High Cash Value Policy
Financial Analysis Showing Benefit of Putting Your Money To Work In Two Places at Once
Life Insurance Basics With Emphasis on the Features Necessary for Leverage
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