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Life Insurance

Life insurance has been around for hundreds of years. It is used to help protect your family and finances no matter what comes your way.

Our products can also protect you while you're alive. Get a quote today from one of the most respected and knowledgeable agents out there.

Life Insurance

Life insurance has been around for hundreds of years. It is used to help protect your family and finances no matter what comes your way.

Our products can also protect you while you're alive. Get a quote today from one of the most respected and knowledgeable agents out there.

Retirement Account Review

With the economy the way it is, people are losing thousands of dollars in traditional retirement accounts.

Our products can help pay you with life-time guaranteed income.

Retirement Account Review

With the economy the way it is, people are losing thousands of dollars in traditional retirement accounts.

Our products can help pay you with life-time guaranteed income.

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Life insurance can be used to create tax-free income. This can be leveraged to buy income producing assets, such as real estate or companies, while continuing to build compounding interest.

To use this strategy you should currently be saving $500/month or $6K/yr.

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Life insurance can be used to create tax-free income. This can be leveraged to buy income producing assets, such as real estate or companies, while continuing to build compounding interest.

To use this strategy you should currently be saving $1000/month or $12K/yr.

Financial Strategy Plan

Knowing where you are financially is crucial to getting to the next phase in building wealth. It is important to have a strategy in place to make sure you don't stop expanding financially.

This service is essential for anyone who needs help discovering where they are financially, what strategies are available to them and how to keep growing.

Financial Strategy Plan

Knowing where you are financially is crucial to getting to the next phase in building wealth. It is important to have a strategy in place to make sure you don't stop expanding financially.

This service is essential for anyone who needs help discovering where they are financially, what strategies are available to them and how to keep growing.

Unbreakable Finance University

"A lack of financial education is one of the greatest economic threats in our community today" - Martin and Chelsea Matthews

We want to help our community learn the fundamental and advanced strategies to build wealth and prosper. Our course platform has everything you need to expand your knowledge and finances. Don't be help back by education. Sign up for our university today.

Unbreakable Finance University

"A lack of financial education is one of the greatest economic threats in our community today" - Martin and Chelsea Matthews

We want to help our community learn the fundamental and advanced strategies to build wealth and prosper. Our course platform has everything you need to expand your knowledge and finances. Don't be help back by education. Sign up for our university today.

How To Get Comfortable With Debt

Debt
September 02, 20222 min read

Someone could read this title and think “Why would anyone want to get comfortable with debt?”

And I think it’s because many people have never looked up the word “debt” itself in a dictionary.

You may have grown up hearing about debt or perhaps you have some debt of your own you’re looking to handle.

These days there’s a lot of conversation about student loans and how people struggle to balance paying off debt, enjoying life and investing for the future.

But the word itself can have a negative tone and some of those we asked described debt as a “burden”, “evil”, and “being broke”. Now, while it can feel that way, is that what the word really means?

Debt simply means “something owed from one to another”. That can be a multitude of different things. I could owe someone a hug, or a visit.

The dictionary doesn’t mention it being good or bad, just something owed. It even came from having gratitude when someone did something important for you.

Ever heard the phrase “I owe you a debt of gratitude…?” or “I’m in your debt for what you just did for me.”

As you start looking at debt for what it is, some of the emotional reaction around that word can lose its power and perhaps you can feel less burdened by it.

In fact, financially, you might even see how debt can be used to buy assets that appreciate and/or cashflow.

For example, if I purchase a $1Million apartment building putting down $250,000 and financing $750,000 which allows me to create $5,000 a month of cashflow after expenses, am I in debt?

Or do I have $5,000 a month of cashflow?

Getting comfortable with debt isn’t about just sitting around in apathy, it’s about confronting and understanding the word itself.

In this video below, I dive deeper into this topic. When we adjust that perspective, it changes its definition on a personal level where you can learn how to use credit, instead of debt using you.

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How To Get Comfortable With Debt

Debt
September 02, 20222 min read

Someone could read this title and think “Why would anyone want to get comfortable with debt?”

And I think it’s because many people have never looked up the word “debt” itself in a dictionary.

You may have grown up hearing about debt or perhaps you have some debt of your own you’re looking to handle.

These days there’s a lot of conversation about student loans and how people struggle to balance paying off debt, enjoying life and investing for the future.

But the word itself can have a negative tone and some of those we asked described debt as a “burden”, “evil”, and “being broke”. Now, while it can feel that way, is that what the word really means?

Debt simply means “something owed from one to another”. That can be a multitude of different things. I could owe someone a hug, or a visit.

The dictionary doesn’t mention it being good or bad, just something owed. It even came from having gratitude when someone did something important for you.

Ever heard the phrase “I owe you a debt of gratitude…?” or “I’m in your debt for what you just did for me.”

As you start looking at debt for what it is, some of the emotional reaction around that word can lose its power and perhaps you can feel less burdened by it.

In fact, financially, you might even see how debt can be used to buy assets that appreciate and/or cashflow.

For example, if I purchase a $1Million apartment building putting down $250,000 and financing $750,000 which allows me to create $5,000 a month of cashflow after expenses, am I in debt?

Or do I have $5,000 a month of cashflow?

Getting comfortable with debt isn’t about just sitting around in apathy, it’s about confronting and understanding the word itself.

In this video below, I dive deeper into this topic. When we adjust that perspective, it changes its definition on a personal level where you can learn how to use credit, instead of debt using you.

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