How many people out there live month to month and use credit cards to fill in the gaps?
How many people have to sit across the desk from a lender who scrutinizes and passes judgment upon their financial position each time they want to buy a car?
How many young people are drenched in student loan debt because of skyrocketing tuitions and stagnant starting wages?
How many people struggle to save a little money for retirement, and depend entirely on the solvency of political pension programs?
How many people out there feel like they are never in control of their life because of their financial situation?
What if there were a way out?
What if there were a way to make money problems go away... forever?
What if there were a way to take full control of your family's finances for yourself, and for generations to come?
What if there were a way to actually become the bank and privatize finance completely?
What if there were a strategy so powerful that the political insiders and financial elite covered it up with advertising restrictions and regulations to keep it from getting out?
Would you want to know about it?
If so, this course is for you. The Infinite Banking Concept is your strategy to privatize finance, warehouse capital, and create a family bank.
You can use this strategy for yourself to finance a business, investments, or real estate purchases.
You can use this strategy to finance your child's college education.
You can use this strategy to finance travel or vacations.
You can use this strategy to create a million-dollar pension plan for yourself, your spouse, and your children.
But those are all short-term benefits. The true power of this concept can be unleashed if this strategy is implemented generationally.
I am not kidding when I say that you can use the Infinite Banking Concept to privatize finance for generations to come. If you think long-term, you can eliminate the need to borrow money ever again. Your personal bank will warehouse all the capital your family ever needs to live the life of their choosing.
Sound too good to be true? It’s not. This is not your standard “personal finance for dummies” advice, nor is it abstract theory. This course delivers both the core principles and a real-world example directly from the instructor so you can see exactly how this strategy works.
Now to be clear, this is not a get-rich-quick scheme; it is a long-term strategy that requires intense discipline and an out-of-the-box mindset. If that is you, please do not hesitate to enroll in the Infinite Banking Concept today!
What are the requirements?
What am I going to get from this course?
What is the target audience?
Joe Withrow is just an average, hardworking American who did everything by the ‘American Dream’ handbook.
He took advanced classes in a public high school and graduated with good grades. He then went on to earn a finance degree from a public university.
Upon graduation, Joe moved to a metropolitan city and played the corporate game, working for two different mega banks and earning several minor promotions/pay raises/bonuses for his efforts.
Joe bought a starter home, met his wife, and settled down to live the American Dream – just as he had been “educated” to do. He contributed the match rate to his 401(k) and he maxed out his contributions to a traditional IRA – just as he had been “educated” to do.
Joe was doing everything the “right” way and a storybook life appeared to be unfolding before him.
But then something strange happened.
Joe started to see that the rat-race had no light at the end of the tunnel and no rewards worth reaping.
He began to realize that the ‘American Dream’ was at best a myth and at worst a means of control. He began to see how the monetary system itself worked against him. He began to realize that his annual wage increases could not possibly keep up with inflation over the long term and therefore he was stuck on a perpetual tread-mill despite doing everything the right way. He began to realize that the stock market could not possibly go up exponentially forever no matter how many talking heads swore up and down that it would.
So Joe started to do a lot of independent research and he started to do a lot of introspective examination. He quickly came to the realization that he had to build a more self-reliant lifestyle if he wanted to have a chance to create a Mindful life for himself and his family. So Joe made the decision to seek financial freedom. Over a period of time, Joe was able to eliminate debt and needless spending and redirect his income to a carefully constructed asset allocation model. This enabled him to end his career in corporate America and spend his time pursuing entrepreneurial projects of interest.