Sarry Ibrahim is a financial planner and member of the Bank On Yourself Organization. He helps real estate investors, business owners, and full-time employees grow safe and predictable wealth regardless of market conditions using a financial strategy that has been around for over 160 years.
Sarry started this journey when he was in grad school completing his MBA. He worked for companies like Allstate, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna Healthspring, and Humana before founding Financial Asset Protection, a financial services firm that focuses on one sole concept;the Bank On Yourself Concept, also known as the Infinite Banking Concept. We talked to Sarry about the Bank On Yourself concept, whole life policies and how they can support your investments. LISTEN HERE:
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[00:01 – 04:25] Opening Segment
Sarry talks about his background.
He talks about how he became a financial professional;
[04:25 – 16:46] Whole Life Policies 101
He explains the “Bank on Yourself” concept and who it applies to;
The benefits of a whole life policy;
Why many people don’t know about whole life policies;
What to look for in a life policy;
[16:46 – 23:03] When to Start
Sarry talks about at what point a whole life policy is a smart move for an investor;
The importance of educating yourself about whole life policies;
The minimum numbers you need to start a whole life policy;
The ways to convert your existing whole life policy;
[23:03 – 29:01] Round of Insights
A job he was denied after graduating college.
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Recapping his priorities every morning
#1 Insight for Investing in Whole Life Policies
Align it with your objective.
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To learn more go to thinkinglikeabank.com, click here to listen to Sarry’s podcast.
“For every door closed, another door opens.” – Sarry Ibrahim
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