4 Secret Rules Of All Financial Institutions


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Show Notes:

In Episode #2, Hari and Phil reveal the four secret rules of all financial institutions. Every day we use banks to store, save, grow, and protect our money. But have you ever stopped to really question how they control your money? And how do the banks themselves use your money to make their money?

Listen in and discover why it’s important to do as the banks DO… Not as they say!

As elementary as some of this may seem. You’ll be surprised you’ve never looked at it this way.

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