In this episode of Infinite Banking Radio, Patrick Donohoe is joined by Sean Fleming; one of Paradigm Life’s agents. Sean and Patrick discuss life insurance dividends. What are dividends? How do dividends relate to infinite banking? Who are dividends paid out to? what can you use dividends for? Join PatrickContinue Reading

Listen in as Patrick Donohoe hosts Paradigm Life Agent, Bill Fagergren, in a brief discussion about Mutual Fund Fees. For more information about Paradigm Life and Infinite Banking, visit our resources page or contact us at info@paradigmlife.net or by phone at 1-800-870-8670.

There are costs associated with running mutual funds. These costs are passed along to investors as fees that help pay for various investor transactions as well as regular operating expenses. The fees associated with mutual funds can be difficult to navigate and have long-reaching effects for the stockholder. As such,Continue Reading

Along with all the exciting possibilities of the New Year, the start of 2014 offers us the opportunity to reflect upon the past and set goals for the future. While we often concentrate on the major, big picture factors, which might have impacted our success or not-so-successful results of theContinue Reading

Listen in to Paradigm Life’s first podcast of 2014 as Patrick Donohoe and Ryan Lee discuss Mutual Funds. Patrick and Ryan talk about the history of Mutual Funds, and how they are used today. What is the difference in fee structure between insurance and mutual funds? How are fees structuredContinue Reading

In this episode of Infinite Banking Radio, Patrick Donohoe is joined by two of Paradigm Life’s agents; Brad Gibb and John Stewart. Patrick, Brad, and John get together to discuss Inflation, and the affect that it has on individuals financially. What is inflation? How does it affect each individual? HowContinue Reading

Should your child or children go to college? If they do, which college should they attend? How much will that cost? Will they get a quality education? Will they go to graduate school? Will they attend an in-state or out-of-state school? Do any of these questions sound familiar? If so,Continue Reading

Since the sale of life insurance began in the US in the late 1760s, it was purchased generally for its “Death Benefits.” In other words, its purpose was to provide survivor benefits for those who were left behind in the event of one’s death. While this is an important considerationContinue Reading