4/24/11: The Secret Asset – Creating Multi-Generational Wealth

Building wealth over the long term and passing it along tax-free to subsequent generations is one of the great features of real estate (when properly structured).  But it isn’t the only investment vehicle that works this way!

In this episode of The Real Estate Guys™ Radio Show, we visit with an old friend specializes in helping families create multi-generational wealth with an often misunderstood and overlooked financial tool.

In the studio to uncover the truth about this “secret asset”:

  • Host and head treasure hunter, Robert Helms
  • Co-host and map boy, Russell Gray
  • Special guest, master financial strategist and author, David D’Arcangelo

This topic continues a theme we’ve been exploring lately as we look for alternatives to conventional banks and new ways to build equity on our balance sheets in a post recession economy.  Life insurance companies are tremendous aggregators of capital.  They are also among the most precise managers of money on the planet.  And because so many people cancel their policies before they pay off, there are some tremendous rewards available to those who understand how to use the policies properly.

But since the broadcast is titled “The Secret Asset”, we won’t give any more away here.  Be sure to listen all the way through because at the end, David D’Arcangelo offers a free report that you’ll want to be sure to get!

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