How (and When) to Expand Your Banking System

In this episode, Anthony and Cameron expand on Nelson Nash’s Becoming Your Own Banker book. Listen in as we outline our three rules for how and when to expand your banking system; also, we provide

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Changing your mindset from W-2 Employee to an Entrepreneur

In this episode, we welcome Darrel Evans, Co-Founder of Yokel Local and Host of the MindShift Podcast. We discuss ways people can shift their mindset from an employee to that of an entrepreneur. What is

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Dirt Rich: Creating Passive Income by Flipping Land

On today’s episode, we interview Mark Podolsky aka “The Land Geek.” Mark has completed in excess of 5,400 land transactions over the last 20 years. He shares with us how he got started, how he’s

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Confessions of a CPA

Our interview with Author and CPA Bryan Bloom Just like in our cars, there are some things we don’t see that others do. But if we just turn our head 20 degrees, we will see things we have never seen

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The Tax Train is Coming!

If you’re like most Americans, you’ve saved the majority of your retirement assets in tax-deferred vehicles like 401(k)s and IRAs. But what happens when tax rates go up?

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Buy, Rehab, Rent, Re-fi, Repeat

Our interview with BRRR Expert, Alex Felice. In this episode, we interview Alexander Scott Felice. Alex has built a portfolio of Single Family Residences using the BRRRR Strategy and has recently acquired

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Interview with an Investment Real Estate Mortgage Expert, Aaron Chapman

If you are interested in investment real estate, even if you want to pay cash, you can learn a few things from this video from The Infinite Wealth Podcast.

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Is IBC a Scam? A CPA’s Perspective on the Infinite Banking Concept

My name is Anthony Faso, and I’ve been a CPA for almost 20 years.  I would get at least one phone call or email from some financial planner trying to get referrals from me.  When I was

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Winning the Happiness Lottery

However, not all studies support the "more is better" theory. Perhaps at odds with other studies found that the wealthier people were the less likely they were to savor positive events. Perhaps people

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A Few Things You Need to Know about the Trump’s Tax Plan

There were drastic changes to the tax code.  Here are some high level changes that will affect most of my clients.  Soon, I will dive deeper into the changes. For example, food and entertainment

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We Found How Much Happiness Costs

"All I ask is the chance to prove that money can't make me happy."~ Spike MilliganAre people who make more money happier? What about people who save more? Can people be happy with very little? And how

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Things I Wish I Knew When I Was Younger

When I was asked to talk to at a Homebuyers Seminar, I decided to share a few things, I wish I learned when I was younger. Here are my views on personal finance, your most valuable asset and how to start

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You Really Can Buy Happiness

Regardless of income, research has shown that those who spend in certain ways find greater levels of contentment. Apparently, to spend your way to happiness, you should follow these rules of thumb:1. Purchase

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The Questions Wall Street Hopes You’re Not Asking

“Successful people ask better questions, and as a result, they get better answers.” -Tony Robbins Prosperity Economics urges people to take back control of their thinking as well as their money. This

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The Banker’s Secret: Life Insurance as an Investment?

“Many banks have more invested in life insurance policies than they do in bank premises, fixed assets and all other real estate assets combined.” -Denver Nowicz, Equity4ProfitDenver Nowicz was profoundly

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