What is MPI®?
MPI® (Maximum Premium Indexing) is an innovative financial strategy using an Indexed Universal Life (IUL) insurance contract, referred as an IUL 2.0, with features and benefits not previously provided together. Using this innovative insurance contract for retirement income purposes can produce up to 4x more income compared to the traditional retirement vehicles including the 401k, Roth IRA, real estate rentals, IUL 1.0 and Whole Life.
These Features Include:
Permanent Life Insurance to Protect Your Family Against the Unexpected
Tax-Free Distributions and Retirement Income
No Access Penalty of Your Cash Value For Early Retirement
Guaranteed Security Against Market Risk Using the 0% Floor
Growth Inside the S&P500 Crediting Strategy
Exclusive MPI® Match Program To Accelerate Compound Interest Potential
Increased Cash Value By Up to 200% Over an IUL
Increased Retirement Income By Up To 400% Over the Roth IRA/ 401(k)
After evaluating MPI® for myself and my clients, Ive determined it to be a game changing innovation that can help save the next generation of retirees from failed retirement plans
- Spencer Alldredge, CFP®
Pay yourself first
Set aside 10% of what you earn – never less.
Remaining 90% for all other expenses.
YOU are the priority.
Commit to Your future today
Time will make you wealthy
Time matters more than anything else
Protect Your Money
Keeping your money safe is the cornerstone to wealth
Keeping what you’ve earned is more important than earning more.
Losses have more impact than gains
Compound Interest is money making money
Growth potential is only limited by time
Not all investments compound
Accelerating the rate of Compounding increases wealth potential
MPI® Match Program provides additional assets to build wealth
Secure Leverage (O.P.M.) provides a strategy to protect money
MPI® Secure Compound Interest Account
Total compounding dollars in MPI®
CEO OF MPI® UNLIMITED
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