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— What Clients are Saying —

You are great at helping us understand how best to use what money we have, finance life, while working and simultaneously plan for retirement. How did you figure out this system, because I can’t understanding why everyone wouldn’t do this.

Enola Pa

One thing I admire about Tim is that he is incredibly patient and acknowledges your goals and then works with you over time to achieve these goals.  There are so many things I have been able to pay for without using a traditional bank loan because of Tim and his guidance.  Tim is also incredibly receptive to questions and is always readily available to answer any questions or concerns you may have.  I feel very confident that I made the correct decision to work with Tim.  I know that my financial future is much brighter because of him.

Nicole S.

I think you are great at giving personalized guidance and mentor-ship utilizing IBC to address our family’s financial needs.  You didn’t just sell us policies, you are always there for us by phone, text, e-mail or periodic meetings. This is a great thing that you provide for your clients.

Pierre and Gael G. Scranton Pa

The biggest surprise was how much money was available when we needed it. It’s like our income expanded exactly when we needed it to expand.

Mike and Liz B

During the first year or two of working with Tim, it was difficult to be patient and wait for the money in the policies to accumulate.  I greatly appreciated Tim’s persistence and guidance during these times because it was absolutely the best decision I made for my financial future.

Jim Thorpe Pa

I am a former practicing Big 4 CPA and met Tim probably 10 years ago. I had read Infinite Banking and was seeking a practitioner.

Throughout the years anytime I ever reached out he was always incredibly responsive, patient and knowledgable.

Robert F.

New York, New York

Tim,   you are very patient and not pushy with presenting the information. I am quite comfortable with knowing if an emergency comes up I can get my invested money back versus paying fees and such to dip into IRA, retirement, etc.

Doug and Tracey B.

It’s not how much money you MAKE. It’s how much money you KEEP.
We have been helping families regain control of their cash and keep more of it for over 30 years.

We Believe..

You should be in control of your money, not a financial institution and not the government.
Your retirement savings decisions should be based on processes not products.
You should be able to access your cash without asking permission.

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— Latest Posts from the Tier 1 Capital Blog–

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Is Whole Life Insurance Too Good To Be True? The Truth About The Infinite Banking Concept

Regaining control of your money means putting you in a position where you could access your money when you need it. When we talk about plugging those leaky holes in your financial bucket, it’s literally identifying the five major areas where you are giving up control of your money. Those areas are taxes, how you fund your retirement, how you pay for your children’s college, how you pay for your real estate mortgages and how you make major capital purchases. We do a deep dive as to how you’re using your money in these five areas to show you exactly where you’re giving up control of your money.

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Managing Cash Flow To Fund Your Kids College Education

The cost of college is not the same for everyone. Not everyone who goes to the same school in the same year will pay the same amount for college. The cost of college is individual to each family, and it’s based on a few factors used in the financial aide calculation. That calculation includes parent’s income, parent’s assets, student’s income and student’s assets.

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