Nanna takes a Wedding Party Dance with David

The best Italian cook in my world. Nanna, was the best as noted in strategy number 2 in the book. Big Mike’s mom, nanna immigrated from Italy through Ellis Island. In her 70’s and 80’s I would take her to The North End in Boston for Italian wine and cookies. Later we would just walk through the Italian neighborhood arm in arm, buy some fresh bread and enjoy life.

Posted by: david on July 7, 2011
Posted in The D'Arcangelo Family, Uncategorized

The D’Arcangelo Boy’s in Their Sunday Best

The same brothers in the book from left to right…Tom, John, David and the enforcer-big brother Michael

Posted by: david on July 6, 2011
Posted in The D'Arcangelo Family

The Perfect Investment

Of course “perfect” within reason does not exist. Why? Because perfect would look something like this; 20% per year gains and NO losses.  No one is mart enough, as proven by history, to get positive returns every year, never mind 20%.

But what is possible is 10 out of 11 on everyone’s wish list. Watch the 2 minute video

If you already own The Secret Asset go to Chapters 18-19 for even more detail on how my brother Michael paid in $50,000 per year and will receive $432,900 tax free for 15 years or $6.4 million.

Posted by: david on June 28, 2011
Posted in Tax Free Growth and Withdrawal

Tax Free is So Financially Compelling

The Secret Asset
TAX FREE returns create an unfair advantage for consumers looking to get ahead or make up for a bad decade of investing like the period from 2000-2010.  Check out the short 3-4 minute video message I recorded for you with one very compelling idea.
Posted by: david on May 22, 2011
Posted in TAX FREE

It’s All Wrong

What if you learned that what they told you was wrong…about making money? Retirement? Freedom?

Follow along with me…You go to school, you get an education but no one tells you how to get a job, manage your money or communicate with the opposite sex.
So, how do you learn?
Answer: Trial and error and Internet/newspaper/magazines and TV news.                                 

Wow, think about that answer for a minute before reading the next sentence.

If pilots learned how to fly by trial and error, we’d all be dead.                                              You need three ingredients to be successful; 1) the right attitude, 2) the right strategies and 3) the right help!

Posted by: david on April 13, 2011
Posted in Uncategorized

We are all unique individuals

 Take a moment and download the free chapter and read a few of the quotes from insurance agents and consumers who have read the early version of The Secret Asset. Then carefully read each persons heartfelt comments. Thank you to everyone and here’s a toast to making, “good decisions.” 

Posted by: David on March 4, 2011
Posted in Uncategorized

What if You Found Out It Was Not True

It’s like being in the dark or days imagining what what your surrounding look like until someone finally turns the lights on. At first, its hard to see and then your eyes adjust and everything come back into a beautiful focus. Colors are brighter, smells are stronger and your not searching around clueless in the dark.

In Chapter 3 of The Secret Asset I culminate a story between Big Mike and myself where I pull back the curtain and expose the wizard, so to speak — in this chapter I lay out one of the most revealing facts and compelling mathematics that help contribute to life insurance becoming one of the best performing assets you could ever own, contrary to what most people have been taught, and the compelling reason you would buy 100% of your allowable capacity if it was possible.

Big Mike, my dad, is fun to get one over on so I drew out the story for maximum impact until finally he demanded, “Okay. Stop torturing me and tell me already.” Don’t miss this compelling fact in chapter 3 ending on pages 25-26 of “The Secret Asset”.

Posted by: David on March 2, 2011
Posted in Uncategorized

What Asset Can Compound At 21.25% Pre-Tax?

Nothing is good or bad until we have something to compare it to. So let’s illustrate my point. If you paid $1 million for your home and it grew at the compounded rate of 21.25 percent for a thirteen-year period, it would be worth $12,242,291. How many people do you know make this type of tax-free return? No One!

Only investment grade designed life insurance can provide this type of return. In “The Secret Asset” I tell a story about Grandpa John who passed away at age eighty-three, the original life expectancy at the time of purchase, the internal rate of return would have been 13.81 percent tax free.

The tax equivalent return you would have to earn to net 13.81 percent is 21.25 percent in the 35 percent tax bracket. Think about that. What other investment/business do you have compounding year in and year out at 21.25 percent pretax annually? Real estate? No way. Conversely, if Grandpa John had died prior to the average life expectancy of eighty-three, the return would increase. So, when Grandpa John died at age seventy-nine, the IRR return was a whopping 25.25 percent tax free. The tax-free equivalent yield you would have to earn to net 25.25 percent would be 35.35 percent in the 35 percent federal tax bracket!

How much life insurance do you own in your portfolio?

Posted by: David on February 28, 2011
Posted in Uncategorized

Do you own stocks or mutual funds? Do you pay taxes? Why?

There is a little known tax code that allows individuals and businesses to over fund life insurance contracts and take the excess money after fee’s and expenses and invest those assets in the S&P index w/o dividends or mutual funds. More importantly IR-code 7702 allows you to tax defer those gains indefinitely!

Case in point, $100,000 invested at 8% over 30 years delivers $478,931 in a taxable investment but in a tax deferred investment delivers $1,006,266. Do you want $478,931 or $1,006,266?

The secret is Internal Revenue Code 7702. Think about it, never having to pay tax on interest, dividends or capital gains ever again. You should be asking the hard question now, How do I get my money out without paying taxes at withdrawal?”

The answer is simple, “It’s your money inside the life insurance contract so you can just borrow it out at a net-zero cost.”

Just look at this illustration example from Chapter 19 in “The Secret Asset” for my brother Michael age 31:

Life Insurance Retirement Strategy Using
Indexed Universal Life Insurance

(Michael, Age 31)
Annual Premiums: $50,000
Scheduled Years to Pay: 20
Total Premium Paid: $1,000,000

Annual Distributions Age 66-80: $432,900
Scheduled Years of Distributions: 15
Total Distributions: $6,493,500

My brother puts in $1 million over twenty years and then he can withdraw $6,493,500 million tax free over fifteen years based on our example. That’s a 6.4-to-1 tax-free return on his investment capital and all the time his life insurance is still in place.

Posted by: David on February 23, 2011
Posted in Uncategorized