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Missed Fortune – While the Government is Placing Band-Aids, We’re Throwing Lifelines

Posted on | July 31, 2011

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Debt Limit Increase: A Temporary Band-Aid

5 years ago the national debt was $9.3 trillion — about $90,000 for every taxpayer in America.

We’re now up to $14.3 trillion and rising — $143,000 for every taxpayer.

We don’t have a revenue problem in America; we have a spending problem.

Most Americans agree. A recent CNN poll showed that 66% of Americans support government spending cuts.

Raising our debt limit temporarily is just a Band-Aid.

We need a more fundamental and drastic approach to curing our financial woes.

A recent Forbes article reports:

“’Raising the debt ceiling and getting beyond Aug 2nd does not cure the main source of our problem,’ [said Lacy Hunt of Hoisington Investment Management]. The main problem is that the fiscal problems of the U.S. are enormous. Total federal debt is approaching 100% of gross domestic product, and the three biggest components of that debt will rise dramatically through the end of the decade. Social Security and Medicare can be reformed, but there is little the government can do about interest expense. Even if rates stay constant, Hunt said, interest expense will exceed defense spending by the end of the decade.”

The Congressional Budget Office estimates that interest on the debt is projected to be about 3.4% of GDP by 2021, up from 1.7% in 2001.

However, Forbes reports,

“the CBO only projects an increase in real, or after-inflation, interest rates to 3.1% from a current 1.8%. It also projects a steady decline in unemployment to around 5% and real wage growth of 1.4% a year or more. Relax those assumptions — particularly for wage growth, inflation and interest rates — and the government could get itself into a death spiral of rising interest rates and stagnant economic growth that will make the debt practically impossible to service.”

We need to cut taxes and spending and support entrepreneurs to get cash flowing again.

Cash Value Insurance: A Lifeline in a Sea of Market Uncertainty & Government Ignorance

While you can’t control what the government does, you can control your household finances.

Missed Fortune offers solutions.

During the last 4 years — the worst-performing years since the Great Depression — Missed Fortune clients are up at least 50%.

Those with $1 million or more in our products have doubled or even tripled their money in the last 10 years — and it’s completely tax-free.

They’ve averaged returns of between 7.2% and 9.6% the last 10 years, whereas most Americans are barely breaking even.

How have they done it? Through maximum-funded tax-advantaged cash value life insurance.

When structured as a superior capital accumulation tool, it can perform at an average cash-on-cash rate of return of more than 8%.

This one product can overcome taxes, inflation, market uncertainty by giving you safety of principal, an inflation hedge, and healthy tax-free growth.

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*Life insurance policies are not investments and, accordingly, should not be purchased as an investment

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