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      Busting five financial myths:
      Paying off my mortgage early saves me money
      RRSPs are smart tax saving vehicles
      Retirement planning requires higher risk to achieve higher returns
      Paying cash vs. borrowing for major purchases, saves me money
      RESPs offer the most benefits when saving for college/university education expenses

      Excerpt from Think Like A Banker … PAGE 22
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      WHAT IS INFINITE BANKING?
      1 Weird Trick to Cut Your Next Car Purchase in Half

      So, you and your spouse are buying a new car and you settle on a trade-in price of $35,000.
      Your payments are $820 per month over the next 48 months.

      That means over the next 4 years you will pay $39,360.
      Now, let’s skip ahead.

      Four years have passed, and you have a 4-year-old-car, and you’ve said goodbye forever to YOUR $39,360!

      BUT WHO HAS YOUR $39,360?


      The lender of course, has your money because it was theirs to start with. They paid for the car exactly 4 years earlier and you paid them back over time.

      NOW ITS TIME TO BUY ANOTHER CAR.


      Okay so you use its trade-in value and you decide to borrow another $35,000.

      QUESTION:
      Where did the lender get the money that they are going to lend you? Any guesses?

      They got it from YOU… and others like you who do not use the Infinite Banking way of paying for things.
      If you play this out over the next 40 years, financing just one car at a time this way (totaling 10 cars) will cost you $393,600! Your money in in someone else’s pocket.

      NOW IMAGINE THIS: The next time you trade you are your own banker?
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      If what you thought to be true wasn’t… when would you want to know?

      RRSPs save me tax… right?

      Surprising Truths

      About Your RRSP
      Have You Been Misled?

      Major Purchases:

      How Would You Like to Pay?
      Have You Been Misled?

      5 Common Myths Surrounding Mortgages.

      Can you answer these 5 questions?
      There are 3 Types of Money.

      Yet, Advisors Only Focus
      On 2 Types.

      Because that’s all they know
      Reducing Transferred Money
      (the 3rd type) can

      Dramatically Increase Your Net Worth.

      Here’s How:
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      Retire earlier and control more of your money
      A Unique Approach To Your Personal Economy

      The Four Toughest Financial Questions Everyone Must Answer

      1. What rate of return do you have to earn on your savings and investment dollars to be able to retire at your current standard of living and have your money last through your life expectancy?
      2. How much do you need to save on a monthly or annual basis to be able to retire at your current standard of living and your money last until life expectancy?
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      3. Doing what you are currently doing, how long will you have to work to be able to retire and live your current lifestyle until life expectancy?
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      4. If you don’t do anything different than you are doing today, how much will you have to reduce your standard of living at retirement for your money to last to your life expectancy?
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