In the newly updated step-by-step guide, “I Own My Bank” shares insights on financial tools that help individuals “become the bank” and promote tax-free growth. The expert advice is based on the teachings of R. Nelson Nash, the founder of the infinite banking concept.
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With globally rising interest rates, there’s a growing demand for financial alternatives. As people aspire to become independent from banks and other institutes, “I Own My Bank”‘s latest guide bridges the knowledge gap, allowing individuals to tap into the benefits of permanent life insurance policies while ensuring liquidity for major purchases.
In “Becoming Your Own Banker,” R. Nelson Nash’s book from 2000, the author shares discoveries from his research on American spending habits. He observed that 20% of a household’s income goes toward purchasing and maintaining a car, underlining how much Americans pay in interest in a lifetime. “I Own My Bank”‘s guide aligns with these findings, aiming to change how readers think about money and their approach to spending and saving.
The guide “Drifting Away From Traditional Car Buying” elucidates how to utilize the IBC, highlighting the mutual companies’ whole life insurance. By studying the introductory handbook, individuals can effectively leverage their policies to finance large purchases, including cars.
“I Own My Bank” also exemplifies the potential savings IBC can bring with estimates of traditional financing and whole life insurance, which gives readers a deeper understanding of costs and savings that can be made. The guide also includes a user-friendly calculation method that simplifies comparing financing options.
“I Own My Bank” is an educational platform sharing innovative financial tools and knowledge. The methods listed on the platform can also help individuals with tax planning and lead them toward more independent and strategic financial decisions.
“This guidebook is dedicated to helping you change the dynamic of where your interest payments go and who they go to in the process of the car purchases you make over your lifetime,” said a company spokesperson. “All this while enabling you to enjoy the benefits of compound interest instead of giving away that benefit to the bank.”
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