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"Four Things Keeping You Stuck Financially".
To Recycle Your Income, you place donated money in a location where you’re able to use it without selling or otherwise liquidating assets … without paying fees to others … while enabling you to manage the money the way banks manage money and create the passive profits they create.
You can operate your non-profit business economy with the same practices that banks use and then create the same results banks create in your bottom line. Recycle Your Income exists to help you facilitate this process.
Let’s take an example of funding a pastor’s retirement. A church wants to contribute to a retirement account for its pastor, but the church cannot access that money for its own use, and the pastor can not access it until age 59 ½ without penalties. It is subject to market fluctuations and interest rate risk, so the church has no idea what amount of funds will be available when the pastor retires. Since they are good financial stewards, they believe this is not prudent, and they would like more control over their contributions.
The church decides to incorporate Recycle Your Income to help with the pastor’s retirement. The church is then able to take a $20,000 loan from the account to pay for the annual health insurance for the pastor and his family. The church decides to pay itself back each month for a year at 7% interest. At the end of the year, the pastor’s retirement account has all of the money for the insurance premiums back in the account, plus some of the interest is used to offset the premiums for the next year. In fact, there is more than this in the bank, because, incredibly, the Recycle Your Income plan has been earning money for the church during the entire year on every single penny of the $20,000 they borrowed from it. And now, the church can recycle those dollars over and over again to continue to fund the annual healthcare expenditures or anything else it needs.
So, now instead of cash going out, the church has cash coming in and that money is working twice as hard for them.