The newly updated report from ‘I Own My Bank’ offers readers insight into what the Infinite Banking Concept (IBC) is and how it uses life insurance policies as a low-fee lending system for its holder.
More information is available at https://www.iownmybank.com/blog/b/car
With the recent update, the financial strategy site also compares the IBC to other means of making large purchases, including using a loan or leasing, to further highlight its unique benefits.
Recent reports have shown that every year Americans pay over $120 billion in bank interest and fees, leading many individuals to search for alternative ways to help them pay for big-ticket items. However, without the right financial insight, knowing which ones are suitable, practical, and offer realistic results can be challenging.
In the report, readers will learn how the IBC, a financing strategy originally presented by R. Nelson Nash in his book ‘Becoming Your Own Banker,’ utilizes whole life insurance policies as a means of borrowing money. This strategy creates unique possibilities for low-fee lending that does not incur banking fees.
By using this strategy, the report explains that individuals can then use this money to fund the purchase of high-ticket assets, such as a car, without needing to resort to financing that can drastically increase the total amount to be paid. Additionally, readers can see the benefits IBC offers in comparison to leasing, as it allows them to keep their purchase rather than have to return it at the end of its lease.
Alongside their report, ‘I Own My Bank’ also has details on how Infinite Banking can be used in other areas, such as tax planning and building up retirement savings. Individuals can also sign-up for an educational webinar should they wish to learn more about the concept and how they can incorporate it into their own finances.
A spokesperson for ‘I Own My Bank’ said, “This is the 200-year-old strategy that the wealthiest people like Rockefeller, Walt Disney, JP Morgan, and Ray Kroc have used to help multiply and retain their wealth!”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://www.iownmybank.com/blog/b/taxes
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