Archive Monthly Archives: June 2016

IPB 033: Good Returns Take too Long to Materialize with Cash Value Life Insurance (life insurance myths debunked part 3)

If you've missed part 1 and part 2 of this five-part series, it would be worth your time to go back and listen to both of those episodes. It's not a pre-requisite, but it will help give you a little context

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IPB 032: Life Insurance is a Terrible Investment and the Rate of Return Stinks (life insurance myths debunked part 2)

The claim that life insurance returns are terrible is nonsense and a form of weak thinking mostly intended to confuse and mislead. But it's easier for all the financial bloggers and talking heads to agree

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IPB 031: High Commissions Make Life Insurance a Bad Deal (life insurance myths debunked part 1)

Over the next few weeks our podcast will look at five of the most common myths people have regarding life insurance. In particular, we're looking at those myths that attack cash value life insurance and

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IPB 030: The Definitive Argument Against Buy Term and Invest the Difference

Buy term and invest the difference has long been the mantra of investment salesman(women) and Primerica built an entire company around the idea. The premise behind the concept has always been that one

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Whole Life Insurance has a Strong Risk Adjusted Return – Historical Evidence

  Three years ago this past Friday we published one of the most significant blog posts on this web site. This post, and a successor post we published last year remain some of the most popular content

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IPB 029: How the Economy Impacts Universal Life Insurance

This week's episode is a continuation of the discussion we had last week. If you didn't catch that one, you can go and listen to it now. Last week we discussed the impact that the economy and more specifically,

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