“This is the worst recession since The Great Depression!” How many times have you heard that over the past 6 years? By definition, a recession is an “economic downturn of activity,” measured by six consecutive months (two quarters) of decline in the country’s GDP, or gross national product (see recentContinue Reading

Holiday Budget

In 2012, holiday retail sales, in the U.S., rose to about $600 billion. According to TransUnion (a leading credit monitoring company), consumers paid for more than $246 billion of those purchases on their bank credit cards, and many exceeded their holiday budget. As of November, 2014, American consumers owed aContinue Reading

On the first day of school, for your little bright-eyed wonder, there are all the traditional reasons to cry. “Look how fast they’re growing! They’ll be off to college before you know it!” And there are the not-so-traditional reasons to cry. “How am I ever going to pay for that?”Continue Reading

Matilda Rose Ledger vs. ReliaStar Life Insurance Company: 2 Year Contestability Period – Part 1 Heath Ledger died of what was ruled an accidental drug overdose. So why did Ledger’s three-year-old daughter, Matilda Rose, have to sue for the $10 million claim? Ledger’s life insurance company, ReliaStar, did not denyContinue Reading

Unlike any other investment, Infinite Banking gives you the ability to utilize your policy without forfeiting growth. In this webinar, Ryan Lee will be discussing with you how you can leverage your policy and utilize cash value to achieve your short-term financial goals. Please join us on July 1st, 2014Continue Reading

 Paradigm Life invites you to join in on June 5th at 6:00PM MDT for the first of our Summer Series Webinars! Tune in to hear Brad Gibb talk all about Real Estate and how Infinite Banking can improve your investing. To register for this webinar click here. See you there!

Have you ever heard the expression that “you can’t have your cake and eat it too?” When I was growing up I used to hear this phrase often when I would look to do, or have, too much of something. Today, in our culture, we seem to have an abundanceContinue Reading

As a child I grew up on a farm in a family of 4 hungry kids. We’d get excited when Mom made cookies or some other goodies. Every couple weeks she would bake a small batch of cookies as a treat.  They always disappeared so fast. “Who ate all theContinue Reading