Category: Prosperity Economics

Truth Concepts is Busting the Retirement Lies!

When you think about it, isn’t the concept of retirement just ABSURD!? It’s absurd to think that making a growing segment of our population LESS productive (through forced or expected retirements), that there will somehow be more for everyone. It’s absurd for 95% of Americans to believe they can work and save for 40 years, then expect to live off of their savings and investments – in the manner to which they’ve become accustomed – for another 20, 30, even 40 years. We know that for most Americans, the math

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The Whole Truth about Indexed Universal Life, Part 2

By Todd Langford, www.truthconcepts.com Mt. Enterprise,Texas   The Whole Truth about Indexed Universal Life, Part 2 Why not sell (or buy) IUL/EIUL? How is it different from Whole Life? Insurance companies have put numerous pages on the front of Equity Indexed Universal Life (EIUL) illustrations that describe the issues below, but most people (by design) will not take the time to read and understand what these pages are saying.  I would encourage you to read those pages thoroughly before depending on an EIUL policy to increase your assets or protect your

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The Whole Truth on Equity Indexed Universal Life Part I

The Whole Truth about EIUL Part I By Todd Langford   Go here for Part Two of this blog post: https://truthconcepts.com/the-top-10-reasons-not-to-buy-equity-indexed-universal-life One of the major problems with the agents and the companies that sell EIUL (Equity Indexed Universal Life, which is what it was originally called) or IUL (Indexed Universal Life, which is what the industry is now calling it to avoid SEC scrutiny) is the gross negligence in conveying the risks to the clients. All one has to do is carefully read the full insurance illustration or proposal to

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Average Does Not Equal Actual

Average Rates of Return are often touted by financial experts, and yet simple math can show us that Average does not equal Actual. Pretend that you invested $100,000 into a mutual fund that had promised an average rate of return of 25% if you left the money alone for 2 years. In the first year it earned 100%. After the first year, the investment would look like this: In the second year, the fund earned -50% (that is a negative 50%) and so now your investment looks like this: While your

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Truth Tip on Borrowing Calculator

On the Borrowing Calculator, just left of the first loan, there is a blank white space where you can place your mouse and it will switch to a hand.  If you click on this, you’ll see the IRR on the entire deal you are looking at on that calculator.

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Favorite Links

Included in this post are some of our favorite links and resources throughout the web. From stock market information, to stats, to life insurance, these sources are helpful for you and your clients alike.

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