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Direct vs Non-Direct Recognition for Infinite Banking & Alt Loans

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We’re going to dissect the most confusing concept when it comes to infinite banking: direct vs non-direct recognition life insurance companies.

This concept deals specifically with how whole life companies credit dividends on loaned money when borrowing against direct vs non-direct recognition life insurance policies.

Direct vs Non Direct Recognition Dividends For Banking

We’re also going to discuss 2 effective alternatives to direct vs non-direct recognition loans which can substantially enhance long term performance when practicing infinite banking:

  • synthetic non-direct recognition loans
  • signature loans

In fact, when it comes to infinite banking, both direct and non-direct recognition loans pale in comparison to these two far more efficient alternatives.

If you make it to the bottom of this article, you’ll learn about “Hutch’s Decision-Tree Logic” for choosing the right type of loan to optimize my own infinite banking strategy. There you will find my own personal deciding factors I run through when deciding which type of loan is best to take under different circumstances.

Let’s get into direct vs non-direct recognition and even better alternatives…

 

The easy way to remember the difference between direct vs non-direct recognition loans

Click here for Hutch’s mnuemonic device to keep direct vs non-direct recognition straight.


Non-Direct Recognition Life Insurance Companies: A Deeper Dive

Click here to understand how non-direct recognition life insurance is able to offer these terms.


Direct Recognition Life Insurance: Overlooked & Misunderstood with Infinite Banking

Click here to learn why the best whole life company has been a direct recognition company for several years.


Synthetic Non-Direct Recognition Loans: An Efficient Infinite Banking Workaround

Click here to learn alternative borrowing strategies that beat both direct and non-direct recognition.


Signature Loans: Another Non-Direct Recognition Alternative

Click here to learn how to maximize your infinite banking capacity and possibly lower your rate too.


Hutch’s Full Decision-Tree Logic When Choosing the Correct Loan to Optimize His Infinite Banking Strategy

Click here to learn the factors Hutch considers before starting any infinite banking loan.


Conclusion on Direct vs Non-Direct Recognition Life Insurance Loans vs Alternative Loans

As you can see the direct vs non-direct recognition debate isn’t as clear and simple as many pundits would have you believe. Plus, if you focus your entire infinite banking strategy using only direct or non-direct recognition policy loans, you’d be missing out on their performance-enhancing cousins. The notion that there is some infinite banking magic to a policy loan is a complete myth.

Since you now know how to acquire much more efficient loans than your stock direct or non-direct recognition life insurance loans, you should only utilize a policy loan for 2 reasons:

  1. Absolute privacy
  2. Absolute flexibility

Otherwise, you should definitely enjoy a substantially lower rate, greater convenience, and/or more total loan capacity using one of these viable infinite banking alternatives:

  • Synthetic non-direct recognition loans
  • Signature loans

At the end of the day, the main driver of how successful your infinite banking strategy is comes down to superior performance from the underlying dividend-paying whole life insurance policy.

Whole Life Arbitrage with Sythetic Non-Direct Recognition

Infinite banking agents often like to hype the frosting rather than the cake, often for their own selfish reasons.

Our philosophy is to show our clients the very whole life performers from both the direct and non-direct recognition life insurance companies, educate them about the pros and cons of each, and let them decide for themselves which makes the most sense for their own banking strategy.

You can tap the green button under the pic below to have us walk you through that analysis whenever you’re ready.

Happy Banking,
John “Hutch” Hutchinson ChFC®CLU®EAAEP®CExPs®
Founder of BankingTruths.com