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How Privatized Banking Really Works - Integrating Austrian Economics with the Infinite Banking Concept Paperback – January 1, 2010
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I actually called an advisor outside my home state who is a huge advocate of the system. His points were...1) Not get rich quick, 2) First purpose is to buy the things one would normally finance at a bank or car dealer to make major purchases, thus paying yourself the interest that the bank would have collected. His idea was that over a 20 to 30 year period one would be miles ahead as the way the policy is set up begins to really multiply in later years. And unlike traditional whole life policies, you or your family keep both the death benefit and the accumulated cash value. 3) a growing death benefit.
I have not jumped in with both feet because, basically, you must have expendable income to fund a program, minimum $500 a month. To this fellows credit he explained, answered all of my questions and totally backed off, no pressure.
Back to the book. I would recommend it as part of your arsenal of learning! Follow through is up to you.
I highly recommend this book. The book is well written but I was forced in spots to re-read (mostly because of I lacked a basic understanding of how our current banking system works).