IBC: Will this concept work for me?
So many people I’ve spoken to think that there is a running list of criteria they have to meet before they can have a starting an IBC policy to call their own. But the simple truth is, if you can fog a mirror, then you’re a good candidate for IBC.
That’s about as simple as it gets.
IBC isn’t just for the wealthy.
It’s not just for people who “understand money.” You don’t have to be a third generation millionaire or own an Aston Martin to take advantage of the benefits that come with being your own banker. In fact, most of our members are NOT part of the 1%.
When R. Nelson Nash brought IBC to the masses nearly 20 years ago, he sought out to expand on a process that was only feasible for the ultra wealthy. It was his mission to bring the concept to the average American family, so they may, too, reap the benefits for themselves and their families for generations to come.
Now, not everyone may qualify to be the insured person on the policy, but that doesn’t mean they can’t explore the option of being the policyowner of a policy on someone they have an insurable interest in. This would allow them to be in control of the banking functions of that policy without having to be the insured person on the policy.
How would you know what’s best for your unique situation?
That’s where we come in. Our job at The Money Multiplier is to explore all the options available to you and figure out what the best plan is. This is part of our customized approach.
You won’t find any cookie cutters here!
The bottom line is, this concept could absolutely work for you. We just need to find out if it’s a good fit.