I am running around because I’m about to go on a trip, but I wanted to drop a quick note to explain a major project I’ve been working on over the past year. I am a co-creator of The IBC Practitioner Program, a training program for financial professionals in Austrian economics and the “Infinite Banking Concept” (IBC). Since the release of my book co-authored with Carlos Lara, I’ve spent a lot of time reading insurance textbooks, interviewing actuaries and agents, and visiting insurance company home offices to really make sure I understand the theoretical foundations of what Nelson Nash recommends in his underground classic, Becoming Your Own Banker.
I will be posting blogs and YouTube videos on these issues a lot more in the future, but for now I want to at least make people aware of it.
Another major development, is that Jason Rink (who made the Nullification documentary with Tom Woods) has now made a documentary on IBC as a household response to fractional reserve banking. In other words, Rink effectively took Carlos and my book and put the content in film format, but he also interviews people from the insurance industry to make it more concrete and not as theoretical as our book was.
Below are two samples from the DVD: