Dr. Tomas McFie, Michele McFie, R. Nelson Nash and David Stearns discuss the Infinite Banking Concept.
Approximately 97% of Americans suffer from poor financial planning. This troubling statistic causes many people to worry about their present money situation and their future, especially retirement. Most of the American public believes the best way to save and prepare for retirement while they’re young is with investments. But investments are speculation and can lead to loss or little return on investment. What most people don’t realize is that there is a more effective way to save for retirement: the infinite banking principle. Becoming your own banker sounds too good to be true to some, but it is true and can be your Rx for wealth.
Many people have trouble understanding the truth behind becoming their own banker because it is so different from their traditional views on finances. Understanding becoming your own banker requires a paradigm shift and an understanding of the three stages of a truth. These are the reasons that infinite banking isn’t something everyone you know does yet. These are the stages of a truth that individuals as well as society pass through:
Because so many people misunderstand how to be their own banker, we’ve written Prescription for Wealth that teaches similar principles to R. Nelson Nash’s book. You can download our ebook, in a similar format to a Becoming Your Own Banker pdf. The goal of these resources is to help you design your own “bank” that works for you and your family. Our book and our business is built around coaching you as you adopt these principles. Here at Life Benefits we help you through each step of the process to finding the “Rx” investment banking for your finances.