I started StackedLife after a 20-year career as a serial tech-startup employee in San Francisco.
Over those amazing, action-packed 20 years, including two major bubbles and corrections, I started noticing something regarding the financial situations of most startup employees: They deal with a lot of uncertainty!
And startup employees aren’t the only ones. The more I saw the financial results of the status quo, the more I realized the financial tools available to most families are not really designed to work in their favor.
The typical financial “plan” involves giving up both control and certainty by locking money away in a retirement account for 30 years. The hope is that, by the time you retire, you have accumulated enough to last for the rest of your life.
Following this advice is like trying to buy accountability for your future. You buy it from Wall Street and the retirement plan managers. And if you look at the numbers, the cost to buy this accountability is about half of your max lifetime savings potential.
Money is not math. It matters how and when it is deployed.
Using The Infinite Banking Concept® and the principles of Prosperity Economics®, anyone can use the same strategies that the financial institutions and the wealthy use to safely create generational wealth.
Do what the financial institutions do, not what they say you should do.
John D Perrings
Life Agent (Lic: CA 0M53288 // NY 1499812 )
1111 Broadway, 3rd Floor, Oakland, CA
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