Today Lydia walks us through a little bit of her financial journey and shares how she's using her Banking Policy and how she plans to use it in the future.
Who does Jonah think is overpaying on their taxes? Is it you? What can you do about it?
We want to wish you a very merry Christmas! And we want to let you know about some exciting things coming up in the new year. Check out www.TheCashCompound.com/kickoff to learn more.
What does Term Insurance look like? Should I ever use it? It has to have its place, right?
Dave Ramsey has got it all right, right? While his advice is rock-solid in most cases there's one crucial piece of financial advice that he keeps getting wrong.
The math all adds up so what does it take to get started? How much do I actually have to put in place to open my own Banking Policy?
IRAs, 401s, Qualified Plans... How do they stack up?
Certificates of Deposit are guaranteed money and are time tested and approved! But how do they actually stack up against a Personal Banking Policy?
Who did you just vote for? Making the right decision is easier than you might think.
Is it possible to borrow and still get ahead? When can 5% be bigger than 10%?
Dad A is utilizing a 529 to save money for his baby for college and Dad B is using a Policy Contract. Let's find out who ends up ahead?
Is it coming out of your savings account? Are you borrowing? Or is there a better option?
Do the numbers line up? It's a common misconception that if you can get a few percent more elsewhere, that it's a better bet to invest in other places.
When are you too old to start banking or saving for retirement? Are you ever too young?
How important is it to be out of debt? How long is it going to take you to get out of debt? And is it even POSSIBLE to get out of debt in this day and age?
How much are you saving? Is it enough? If you're making payments—on a loan with a low interest rate—are you getting ahead? In this episode Jeremiah and Jonah talk about how to get ahead in the money race.
What is the FICO Credit score? Where did it come from? And what is it good for?
What's Jonah's Credit Score? Episode 3 drops tomorrow and we're going to talk about the history and implications of credit scores.
In our second episode Jeremiah and Jonah Dew discuss which would be better: receiving a payout in one lump sum or smaller amounts of income over time. Which would you rather have!?
In our first episode Jeremiah and Jonah Dew tackle the topic: "Whole Life Insurance". What is it exactly? Is it good? Bad? Effective? Valuable? How can it be leveraged?