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Freedom or Financial Slavery?: The Choice -How Infinite Banking Allows for Customization vs Traditional Strategies

Our Infinite Banking Journey: A Personal Revolution in Financial Freedom

In the world of money planning, my family and I started on a journey that questioned the usual ways of doing things. Our story shows the big difference between the usual money plans and a new idea called Infinite Banking Concept (IBC). The main thing about IBC is that it lets us make our money plan, not follow a standard one.

Going Through the Regular Money Issues: Giving Up Control

Traditionally, the narrative of financial planning unfolds in a predictable sequence: you earn money, contribute value, receive compensation, and then comes the pivotal moment – willingly surrendering control. The ritual begins with depositing hard-earned money into a conventional bank. The twist, however, is in questioning whether the money deposited is deemed an asset or a liability for the bank. Counterintuitively, it's tagged as a liability.

Once deposited, this money doesn't rest idly in a personalized box but follows the laws of motion, a concept well-understood by banks. They leverage the funds diligently earned, reaping staggering percentages ranging from 400 to 1300%, as revealed by financial metrics. The irony lies in perceiving these funds as assets while they diligently toil for the banks.

The traditional model prescribes entrusting control to external entities through qualified plans such as 401(k)s and IRAs, managed by financial advisors. Conceived in 1978, this model shifts the burden of retirement risk onto the employee, establishing a silent partnership with Uncle Sam. As the seed of one's earnings grows, so does the share claimed by Uncle Sam. The pressing question emerges: when would one rather pay taxes, on the seed or the harvest? The harsh reality of this traditional model surfaces in the form of leaving a staggering 95% of Americans financially dependent or relying on credit, reaching record highs exceeding $1 trillion.

My Infinite Banking Adventure: Changing the Money Game - Ignited by R. Nelson Nash

Enter R. Nelson Nash and my family’s journey – my initial encounter with the Infinite Banking Concept triggered the common skepticism: "THIS IS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE." However, intrigue overcame skepticism, and we found ourselves immersed in an unconventional approach that challenged the financial norm. We were burdened by a financial debt exceeding $984,000+ from choosing regret rather than financial discipline. Our conventional financial planning methods resembled locking money away in a financial prison, with the banks reaping the rewards.

A revelation dawned upon us – a shift in just one aspect of our financial behavior. We redirected our surplus money, once funneled into conventional retirement plans, into specifically designed cash-rich whole life policies under the Infinite Banking Concept. Fast-forward 14 years, and our family proudly boasts 28 Infinite Banking policies that not only obliterated our debt but allowed us to recapture and recycle money once surrendered to traditional financial institutions.

Our Money Multiplier idea changed the regular way by keeping money in the family. Even our kids put their extra money in special plans, helping everyone grow financially. We said goodbye to the regular plan that gives away control and started a way where everyone does well, has choices, and feels safe.

Making Money Plans Fit You: The Money Multiplier Way vs. Regular Ways

Our journey epitomizes the formidable power of customization offered by the Infinite Banking Concept:

  1. Goals Just for You: Regular plans are the same for everyone, but the Money Multiplier plan fits what you want.
  2. Do More with Your Money: Instead of just following rules, the Infinite Banking Model lets you use your money for different things, like education or buying a house.
  3. Less Risk, More Safety: With the infinite banking plan, your money grows for sure, even if things are not steady. Regular plans have more risk.
  4. Don't Worry About the Market: The infinite banking plan doesn't depend on the market, so your money grows, no matter what the market is doing.

Conclusion: The Money Multiplier Method- A Blueprint for Personal Financial Autonomy

In the Kesler family's narrative, the clash between the traditional financial planning model and the transformative power of the Infinite Banking Concept unfolds as a testament to the customizable landscape offered by IBC. Our story serves as a beacon of financial autonomy, where individuals dictate their narratives precisely. As we navigate the future of financial planning, the Money Multiplier Method suggests that the path to prosperity lies in embracing the tailored brilliance of the Infinite Banking Concept, leaving behind the standardized approaches of traditional models. If our journey resonates with you, take the first step by clicking here, talking to one of our Money Mentors, and discovering how you can change your life by altering just one thing – where your surplus money goes first.

Want to dive deeper into this topic? Check out our podcast on the Customizable Nature of Infinite Banking: Apple / YouTube 

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