Infinite Banking Concept

You’re going to learn about a private wealth generating concept that has been in existence for over 200 years. A concept that utilizes a financial tool that is available to all and known by most, but a tool that only a tiny fraction of the world knows how to use properly. We’ll show you truth and insight to how your money really works.

What if I told you about a way to recapture every dollar on the purchase of your next automobile, and every automobile from then on? Think about that, for a second. Do you remember your first car? Of course you do! How many cars have you owned between then and now? 3? 5? 10? A more important question, how much money have you recouped from the purchase of all of those cars? I’m guessing very little.

There is a system that has been around for centuries that was recently brought back to life. I’m referring to a private reserve strategy better known as the Infinite Banking Concept. The concept is fairly simple. You finance everything you buy. EVERYTHING! You either pay interest to someone else or, by using cash, you give up the interest you could have earned on that money over time. This is called opportunity cost.

Today’s traditional financial teachings lead us to believe that we need to expose our savings to risk by parking it in some form of wall street account, and then use cash to buy the things we need and want. Once that cash is used, however, we’ve lost the opportunity to earn any interest on it forever. That can be a substantial amount of money over time.

There is only one pool of money in the world. Some of this money comes into your life and back out. Money continuously flows. When you deposit a dollar into a bank, the bank doesn’t just let that dollar sit, they loan it to someone else and charge an interest rate for the use of your dollar all the while paying you a much lower interest rate for the convenience of “housing” that dollar for you. How generous of them!

The critical component to understand about this transaction is that it doesn’t just end there. When someone else borrows “your” dollar from the bank, they typically put it to use. They buy a car, remodel their kitchen, or maybe they use it to send their kid to college. Once the dollar is paid out to the dealership, the handyman, or the university, where is the first place they take that dollar? Right, THE BANK.

Banks recapture dollars that you give them and make a wonderful profit doing so. We can show you how to profit like the banks by creating your own private banking system!