What is Money?

Money is a means of exchange for things we want in our life.
We are taught that money works in a certain way.

Because of what we’ve been taught, we do things with money that we’d never do with what things money buys.

In that process, we keep ourselves from multiplying our money to the extent of creating sustainable wealth.

It’s time to stop this cycle and discover the strategies known by the wealthy for the last two hundred years. Get ready to recapture all the money you are paying to everyone else!

     Whether you recognize it or not, you finance everything you buy. You either pay interest to finance companies, such as a bank, or you give up the interest/profit you would have otherwise earned on your money when you pay cash for your purchases.   

     It doesn’t have to be this way. There is a strategy in which you don’t have to give up this profit. It’s called Infinite Banking. Infinite Banking is a financial strategy that allows you to take control of your savings and debt obligations and, in essence, allows you to create your own private bank.  

Time to start thinking like a banker and Reclaim the Banking Function In Your Life 

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Start thinking like a banker.

Do what the banks do. Quit doing what the banks tell you to do. 

It is not about the money you make. It is about how much money you get to keep.

This website is dedicated to helping you learn strategies that will help you keep more of the money you make. We want to help you protect your money from these destroyers of wealth:

  • Premature Death
  • Cash-Flow Inefficiencies
  • Loss due to Market Loss
  • Fees paid to Advisors
  • Taxes
  • Inflation
  • Lawsuits because of Inadequate Insurance
    • (Business, Home, Auto, Umbrella)
  • Interest charges paid to the bank or credit card companies
    • Interest/Profit you have given up because you interrupt compounding interest.

Time to start thinking like a Banker and Reclaim the Banking Function In Your Life 

Wealth does not  just happen.

You have to actively make it happen.

How did Walt Disney build Disney World? 

How did Ray Krok build McDonald’s?

How have the Rockefeller Family stayed so wealthy and so powerful for so long?

How did the Vanderbilt’s stay so wealthy and powerful for so long?

Why do Robert Kiyosaki, Tony Robbins, R. Nelson Nash all talk about these secrets? 

What’s the difference between these folks and you?

Information and Action

We are giving you the information. The rest is up to you.

 

Do what the Banks do,

Not what they tell you to do.

 

 

 Become Your own Private Banker

Become your own private banker and recapture all the money you typically pay to the banks, credit card companies, or anyone else that finances your lifestyle. 

If you pay cash, we will show you how much money you are losing and show you a better way to pay for your lifestyle without going into debt.

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