FitzWealth: "Ok, I got a chance to look through it at the local bookstore. I noticed two main points in the book.First, mortgage to the hilt, NEVER pay off early, etc.Second, Universal Life Policies are the BEST investment vehicles.Both these have to do with taxes: deductions, capital gains, passing on to heirs.I have no idea if his theory is sound as, reasoning that such strategies would not make sense in my situation for at least a few years, I stopped there and returned the book."Must have been written by an insurance sales person (or a former sales person). And upon further speculation, I suspect that it is as much a Rohrschach test (and as accurate) and the Rich Dad, Poor Dad stuff written by Robert Kiyosaki.http://www.johntreed.com/Kiyosaki.htmlSee also: http://www.mastermindforum.com/kiyosakiresponsetoreed.htm Regards, JAFO
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