Infinite Banking Concept (IBC)
Learn about the system where you can become your own banker to say goodbye to paying interest to the bank and instead start paying yourself!
“Learning to control the financial environment in which you operate is the most profitable thing you can do over a lifetime.”
R Nelson Nash ~ Creator of the Infinite Banking Concept
What Is The Infinite Banking Concept (IBC)?
Isn’t participating whole life insurance a waste of money?
The Infinite Banking Concept (IBC) created by R Nelson Nash is a strategy that involves the intentional growth of the available liquid cash value inside a properly-designed participating whole life insurance policy and borrowing against it to fund major expenditures, emergencies, and outside investment opportunities.
After spending decades advocating liberty, free markets, sound money, and the Austrian school of economics, Nelson discovered and developed the Infinite Banking Concept as a means to get as close to those ideals as possible.
While we intend to build out resources related to the Infinite Banking Concept (IBC), we suggest that in the meantime you begin your journey to participating whole life insurance policies by reading R Nelson Nash’s book, Becoming Your Own Banker and consider reading some of the other related books on our Invested Teacher Booklist.
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