Secrets of Canada’s Wealthiest Families
Don’t Be Surprised If You’ve Never Heard Of This Proven System For Securing Your Family’s Wealth And Growing Your Freedom.
Hello fellow Canadian,
My name is Richard Canfield. I’m an authorized teacher of the Infinite Banking Concept® – a simple, “hiding in plain sight” method for setting up your own Family Bank and finally feeling confident about your financial future.
In the next few minutes you’re going to learn how many of the wealthiest families in Canada build and compound their fortunes by following a very simple blueprint… and how you can do it too.
You’ll see how being rich in the first place isn’t a requirement to get in the door.
In fact, you can get your Family Bank—the ultimate vehicle for your prosperity and your family’s security—up and running in as little as 21 days, with just $5,000 (or $400/mo).
Just Like The Wealthiest Families in Canada
When we think of rich families in Canada, the Thompsons, Stronachs and Pattisons come to mind. We think of titans of industry and trust-fund kids.
Now, you and I may never reach their nine or ten-figure net worths, complete with on-call private jets, beautiful homes around the world, and all that ultra-luxe stuff.
But imagine feeling confident about retiring comfortably.
Imagine always having ample cash to provide for your family’s necessities… plus the fun things to put big smiles on their faces.
And imagine ultimately leaving a legacy of wealth for your children.
Then it’s time for you to open your own Family Bank.
I want to be clear — I’m not talking about a brick-and-mortar bank with tellers and ATMs.
I’m talking about something quite different from what you probably think of when you hear the word “Bank”.
Let me explain…
This Ain’t Your Parents’ Economy
You’re probably reading this because you’re frustrated with the traditional, slow path to building wealth.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize mutual funds, RRSP, and GIC returns of 2% are never going to add up fast enough.
And at those paltry returns, a loss of any size – even a small dip – is crippling.
Let’s not forget inflation. Like battery acid, inflation eats away your savings, making you poorer every single month.
The financial plan we learned from our parents is failing. We can’t count on the Canadian government to wave a magic wand and guarantee a comfortable retirement anymore.
It’s time for a modern-day plan to cope with a modern-day economy.
The Cold, Hard Truth of Mutual Funds
Mutuals were once considered the Holy Grail of middle-class investing.
Theoretically they seem like a good idea: By spreading your investment risk across a number of stocks you’re supposed to avoid the lowest lows.
But what has really happened? Have mutual funds made Canadians richer?
Over the last 5 – 10 years it’s downright sad how many Canadians over 50 have been forced to postpone retirement or keep working to the bitter end, just to survive. Maybe even someone you know.
Their exciting trips overseas have to wait another 5 years.
Their home-renovation plans have been postponed another 24 months.
They resign themselves to another full year or two of grinding through the daily commute and battling our brutal Canadian winters.
Robbed of their Golden Years
With their investments far weaker than expected, so many retirement-age Canadians are left with two unappealing options:
1) Keep working the daily grind.
2) Retire, living on a meager monthly income, battling to save $5 on their phone bill like college co-eds all over again.
Is this the picture of success we’re all striving for?
Is this what the “golden years” are supposed to feel like?
Is this why we force ourselves to work every day, leaving our kids to be babysat by strangers and raised by teachers we hope are doing a good job?
It can’t be.
A Sobering Reality
Three generations of Canadians have accepted Mutual Funds – without question – as the “gold standard” in retirement success.
Typically the game plan includes three parts:
2) A company-matching RRSP program
3) Hoping the Canada Pension Plan will be a safety net if all else fails.
How’s that panned out over the last 10 years?
In 2008, we learned Mutuals are too shaky to be trusted. Trillions in investor wealth were wiped out in a matter of months, generating negative returns for millions of Canadians.
Better hope you aren’t trying to retire in a climate like that.
Most employers have switched to “defined-contribution” pension plans, which means they’re no longer taking responsibility for your retirement pension.
And recently, the government’s Plan B of Canada Pension Plan now asks you to work 2-5 more years if you want maximum benefits.
Five years is another half-decade of work, work, work…
Invest and Pray for the Best?
With all this uncertainty, it raises the question: Since when did retirement planning turn into “Invest and Pray for the Best”?
Look around and notice all the exhausted 50-year-olds forced to slug it out at work longer than they want to.
They are the product of the “traditional” path of financial planning.
As much as your Mutual Fund rep (who’s really a salesperson) tells you to “stay the course”, at some point you need to ask yourself if the destination is worth the high cost of the trip.
Financial planning using our parents’ retirement plan is like rearranging deckchairs on the Titanic.
At some point you need to question if you’re on the right ship at all.
Escape the Slaughterhouse – A New Plan for a New Economy
There is hope.
Today, more and more Canadians have realized they’ll never achieve their dreams… if they stick with the traditional paths I just highlighted.
I’m guessing you’ve thought about faster paths to wealth… Maybe investing in stocks or real estate.
Maybe you’ve even started a business.
Personally, I’m a big fan of real estate investing. It’s a big part of my portfolio.
And if you’ve got the time and money, it’s a great way for a well-trained person to get ahead.
I’ll warn you though: Tearing out toilets and chasing down tenants for rent cheques quickly becomes a second full-time job.
Not to mention the steep, long learning curve required to manage tenants, get repairs completed, and decipher the avalanche of “legalese” needed to invest in property.
All of this education comes with a price tag.
Training, courses, lawyer fees, and most importantly precious time, time, time… oh so precious time – the only resource you can never, ever get back.
The Lesser of Two Evils
For the longest time I just assumed I’d have to pick between two different paths:
1) The traditional, “easy-but-broke” route:
Low effort and low returns – Mutual Funds, RRSPs, the “traditional” route. Financial mediocrity at best. At least everyone else around the dinner table is doing it so they’ll approve of your choice. You’ll have many sympathetic shoulders to cry on if the path ends in financial disaster like in 2008.
2) The supposedly “risky” alternative path:
Take on a second job to run a business or portfolio of properties. Much stronger financial potential, but also huge risks if the market tanks, and requires many hours of work every month. Could include sleepless nights worrying about reckless tenants trashing your rental property, or the 1,001 “what if” scenarios should you suffer a crippling vacancy.
So imagine how ecstatic I was when I stumbled across…
The Best of Both Financial Worlds
The Infinite Banking Concept® is a simple strategy to maximize your time and energy invested, while carefully minimizing risk.
All of this, plus rock solid growth and numerous guarantees to ensure your success.
And – best of all – the whole program gets set up for you. With only a few hours of work per year you’ll have a solid, revenue-generating program in place.
Too Good To Be True?
Suspicious this is some get-rich program or network marketing scheme?
Nope. It’s building a Family Bank, a method personally used by Walt Disney, Ray Kroc (McDonald’s), and J.C. Penney to build their financial empires. It’s practical, steady, and proven.
And now it’s available to everyday Canadians, just like you and me.
Family Banking – Modified for Everyday Canadians
As I began investigating how the richest families earned and kept their wealth, I realized almost every single one of them understood how to control the banking aspect of their life.
Now, their Family Banks are much bigger and more complicated than mine because they’re overseeing colossal piles of money.
But one thing wealthy families have in common is they all understood how crucial it was to control their own money, instead of handing it over to someone else.
After researching how Family Banks worked in the U.S. I learned how to get Private Family Banks setup specifically here in Canada.
It’s three simple steps. It took me less than $5,000 and just a few hours working with a well-trained, expert coach to setup. Within twenty-one days, I was up and running.
Since then I’ve made it my mission in life to help others get their banks set up just like mine.
To date, I’ve helped dozens of Canadian families and many Canadian businesses harness the power of Family Banking to get out of debt, secure the lifestyle they want, and feel great about the future.
It’s No Mistake Bankers Made Loads Of Cash, Even During the Recession
During the 2008 – 2012 recession, tens of thousands of North Americans lost their jobs and tens of thousands of homes went into foreclosure.
But one group kept on making good money…
To be clear, there are two very different kinds of bankers.
1) Fat cats in monster banks who kept cashing in million-dollar bonuses despite their customers losing billions in wealth.
2) Everyday Canadians with private Family Banks. Hard-working people just like you and me, who had the foresight to tap into the amazing system I’ve just described.
The bottom line is this: When you control your own bank you are in the path of profits.
Works Like Magic, But Based on Science
Call it science, call it math, call it whatever you want, but running my private Family Bank has been predictable and methodical.
(Not to mention easy and fun.)
As my returns have improved and my other ventures have prospered, I’ve been depositing more and more cash into my private Family Bank.
The growth, control, and flexibility is truly thrilling.
Your own private Family Bank puts you in the most profitable position of all: Banker.
Instead of losing your savings to inflation, your money grows and multiplies.
You can also “multi-task” your money—you can have it do two profitable things for you simultaneously. (Click below to learn more about how this works).
Having my own private Family Bank has been a turbo boost to my success. It’s given me confidence and hope for the future like never before.
I want to see you in the same position six months from now.
The Family Bank Blueprint – Could it Work for You?
Family Banks don’t work for everyone.
They certainly are not a plan to “get rich quick”.
If you’d like to know if Family Banking could fit for you, schedule a one-on-one session with me by booking directly into my calendar here:
If you’re anything like the many Canadians I’ve already helped, building your own Family Bank using the Infinite Banking Concept® may improve your financial destiny forever.