Note: This one took some time and I'm a few days past my normal schedule. It seemed necessary.
So I've known about this guy who is apparently an emergency room physician who got burned some years ago by an NML agent who did what a lot of career agents do (promise someone the sun, the moon, and the stars, and fail miserably to deliver). I've not made this comment publicly here until now, but I've long believed that usually the only difference between Primerica agents and the rest of the career guys and gals is the name of the company on their business cards. They all love to dream up these great strategies, but once the hammer drops on the part they care most about, they're off to the next one.
My original decision on this individual was to simply leave him be. Let him do his thing and pay him no attention (despite the frequent requests I get from people asking what I think about his stuff). But, he recently put together a piece with a truck-load of inaccuracies. I don't care if you want to go against my advice, or think you can build a better mouse trap, but I start to get a tad irritated when someone wants to build the illusion of being an informed resource for personal finance, who has enough time to write about it, but apparently doesn't have enough time to fact check.
(I've removed the link at this time, because I've decided not to promote this crap)