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By Bruce Kellogg

The Practice of Infinite Banking

For over 200 years the elite have been implementing a tool called the Infinite Banking Concept (IBC) to build wealth through their own debt and expenses they already have. This concept is described in the foundational book, Become Your Own Banker by the late R. Nelson Nash. By practicing IBC, we now have a system and powerful financial tool to get back all of the money for every product and service we will ever purchase in our lifetime.

Brent Kesler

Brent Kesler was a Chiropractor and Chiropractic coach for over 14 years. After implementing IBC, Brent paid off $984,711 in 3rd party debt in 39 months. In fact, Brent became so passionate about how powerful this concept was, he began sharing it with others and thus changed his path. Brent’s main goal in making this move was simply to help more people understand how to manage and grow their wealth. For the last 8-plus years, Brent has been lecturing to thousands of people around the country on the dynamics of IBC and helping individuals break the bonds of financial slavery they don’t even realize they are in. He teaches how to take back control of your financial life and to stop doing business with the banks. Brent has a passionate belief that whether you make $10/hour or $10,000/hour you should know IBC and have this powerful information to keep control of your own money.

How It’s Done

We are creating a specially-designed, specifically-engineered platform to practice the Infinite Banking Concept. This vehicle is customized based on each individual’s needs and resources. You will be using this vehicle to make all of the transactions you are already doing in your life (paying bills, buying cars, purchasing houses, making investments, etc.) Think of IBC as the process to make those transactions/investments all without having to change your cashflow, work any harder, take any additional risks, or lose control of your hard-earned dollars; we are just adding 1 simple step to your financial life. You see, you want to be in 2 businesses in your life: the business that produces your main source of income and the banking business, the business that finances everything you do throughout your life. We all have access to the same financial tools; the wealthy just use these tools differently. Now that I know how the wealthy have been using these tools for over 200 years, I am going to continue to play the game right along with them.


  • Keeps Money in the Family.
  • Control of Your Cashflow.
  • Recapture Money.
  • Protected from Judgements and Lawsuits in Most States.
  • Build Tax Free Wealth.
  • Creating a Legacy.
  • Earn Uninterrupted Compound Interest.

Getting Involved

Visit our website and view Brent’s presentation on this powerful financial concept:

After you have watched the 90 minute presentation, schedule a call with Brent to get all of your questions answered and explain your personal situation by scheduling with him here:

Email – [email protected]
Cell – 785.248.9637

BONUS: Chris Naugle (client/colleague) and Brent Kesler, together they have written the book, Mapping Out the Millionaire Mystery. This is a 2020 spin off of Becoming Your Own Banker. You can purchase it by visiting here:

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Bruce Kellogg

Bruce Kellogg has been a Realtor® and investor for 38 years. He has transacted about 800 properties in 12 California counties. These include 1-4 units, 5+ apartments, offices, mixed-use buildings, land, lots, mobile homes, cabins, and churches.

Mr. Kellogg is a contributor and copy editor for two national real estate wealth-building magazines: Realty411, and REI Wealth Monthly. He is a recipient of an Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award, listed in Who’s Who in America – 2019.

He is available for consulting with syndication, turnkey, joint-venture, and other property purchasers and note investors nationally, and other consulting assignments. Reach him at [email protected], or (408) 489-0131.