As life goes on, things change, including the income you bring home. How does your private bank expand and contract with those changes?
In this episode, Vance Lowe and Seth Hicks, Esq. share the answers to five common questions people ask about how much money to put in their private bank. Nelson Nash’s answer to this question shocks most people…until they understand banking and how the velocity of money accelerates their wealth.
Vance and Seth discuss:
Why you must restructure “who gets the payment” so that you can capture the velocity of money – and beat the banks at their own game!
Why getting the velocity of money working in your favor is the 1st step to your wealth accumulation strategy
How a 5% mortgage interest rate becomes an effective 60-70% mortgage interest rate over the life of a 30-year mortgage (interest rate vs. volume of interest)
Structuring a Private Family Bank is an art and a science requiring a specialist in private banking. And the operation of your Private Family Bank requires some simple changes in the way you see and use your money. Once you “get it” you will never be the same and your wealth potential can skyrocket.
In the second part of this two-part series, Vance Lowe and Seth Hicks, Esq. continue with explaining how to structure and operate a Private Family Bank.
Join Vance and Seth to discuss:
Why private banking is not a short-term strategy
What it means to reach 100% efficiency in your private bank
Laddering, and how it is used in the velocity of money
Structuring a Private Family Bank requires a carefully structured participating mutual whole life contract with an insurance carrier that understands, and caters to, private banking. The insurance company and the terms of the contract you structure are both critical components of your private banking system.
Today in part one, of this two-part series, Vance Lowe and Seth Hicks, Esq. cover five of the ten rules to follow when structuring a Private Family Bank.
Join and Vance and Seth discuss:
Why it’s critical to know how to structure the policy correctly
Why you never use Universal Live or Indexed Life Policies to create a Private Family Bank
The basic components of a Private Family Bank banking contract
What if you could reprogram your brain to enable you to be more successful?
According to Nelson Nash, humans unfortunately share some bad habits that hamstring their wealth potential. What if you could rewire your mind to re-learn how money really works and blast-off into new dimensions of wealth?
In the second part of this two-part series, Vance Lowe and Seth Hicks, Esq. explore how money works in a private banking system.
Tune in to hear Vance and Seth discuss:
The Golden Rule – What is it and how does it impact your financial future?
As humans, we share some of the same bad habits and behaviors – or “laws” as guru Nelson Nash describes in his book, “Becoming Your Own Banker.”
It is only by beating these laws, that you will succeed in building and keeping your wealth.
In this episode, Vance Lowe and Seth Hicks, Esq. discuss pitfalls that are keeping you from being wealthy. Listen as they break-down how Parkinson Law, and the Willie Sutton Law are impacting your financial growth.
Join Vance and Seth as they discuss:
How procrastination affects not only your life, but your finances
Why things that used to be luxuries soon become necessities
How spending and saving habits are all based on mindset
For some people, seeing is believing – in this case, hearing is believing.
We talk a lot about Private Banking Strategies and how they work, but what happens when you put everything into practice?
In this special episode, Vance Lowe and Seth Hicks, Esq. talk with clients Bill and Amanda Chandler to share their incredible story of how they recovered from the market crash of 2008 to having zero debt, and being financially free today.
Money can be difficult to navigate and manage if you don’t know some very simple rules.
There are just three simple rules you must follow to keep and grow what you make.
In this episode, Vance Lowe and Seth Hicks, Esq. explain these simple rules and how they work in synchronicity. They share how each of the three rules fits into Private Banking Strategies’ seven pillars, and more!
Vance and Seth discuss:
How to live by the 10% Rule
What the banks do to “get the money back”
What golden rule you should obey regarding your principal
How to take the banking equation back in your life
Doctors are one of the highest paid professions in America. But medical school does not teach doctors how to protect the wealth they accumulate, or how to keep financial privacy in their financial transactions. Very few doctors know how to manage or protect their wealth. Good news is that it’s not overly complicated and whether you’re a doctor or not, there are some simple steps you can take to “keep what you make.”
In Episode 32, Seth sat down with Dr. Christopher Loo, host of the Financial Freedom for Physicians podcast and explained why doctors and high-income earners need Private Banking Strategies.
In this special episode, Seth explains:
Why banks are not a good place to store your cash
The importance of financial privacy in your transactions
How you can keep the money you make and use the same dollar more than once
Why the Dodd-Frank Consumer Protection Actis very dangerous for you
Everyone is searching for how they can become financially secure and independent. If you’ve listened to the first episode of this two-part series, you’re already halfway there!
In this episode, Vance and Seth continue the explanation of the three critical rules to become financially successful in the second part of this two-part series. They emphasize the importance of not spending your principal and discuss why you should build and follow a well-thought-out financial plan where you can use the power of compounding interest.
Vance and Seth discuss:
The importance of principal and why you should never spend it
How to make your assets actively earn money with compounding interest
Why you need to follow a well-constructed financial plan
Almost everyone has the life goal of being financially independent, but how do you get there? There are 3 rules you need to follow above all else to grow and protect your wealth.
In the first part of this two-part series, Vance and Seth explain why it’s critical to pay yourself first. They discuss the missed opportunities most people don’t realize they have while not implementing the 10% rule into their financial plan.
Vance, and Seth discuss:
The 10% rule and why it works to ensure you’re successful
The importance of paying yourself first
Why you never spend principal
How Murphy’s Law and Parkinson’s Law come into play