Round Table | How to Make a Policy 3 Years Old in 18 Months
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What’s one thing you wish you can do again if you can go back in time? Have you ever wished you’d known something sooner? Why would someone want to go back in time? We’ll answer these questions in relation to infinite banking. We can achieve three years of growth in just 18 months by backdating the policy, a common practice in the insurance industry. Compressing time and accelerating growth is something that many people are beginning to consider now. For someone with a lot of cash available, this is a good strategy. 

To illustrate:

1. Your birthday is June 1st, and today is December 1st, we’ll write a policy dated June 1st (6 months ago); you’ll pay the first annual premium 

2. June 1st the following year; you’ll pay the 2nd annual premium. By this time, you would have paid 24 months worth of premium in just 6  months (December to June)

3. By year 3, June 1st, you would have 3 years or 36 months worth of premium (in 18 months)


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