Use Your Tax Refund to Open Your Own ‘Bank’

People who own their own Â?bankÂ? can loan money to themselves and avoid the high cost of doing business with traditional lending institutions.

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SAN JOSE, Calif. (PRWEB) April 11, 2004

Gilbert Arevalos can help you open your own “bank,” lend money to yourself for any purpose, drive a new car every four years, and actually make money on the funds you lend to yourself.

“You can start your own ‘bank’ using your tax refund to get you started. Each year you can continue to build the funding of your ‘bank,’ and depending on the size of your refund you many never need to reach into your own pocket to use this technique for building financial independence,” said Arevalos, president of Wall Street Financial Consultants.

The opportunity to own your own “bank” is not new, but very few financial advisors teach their clients about it. Why?

“There is no financial incentive for agents or advisors to tell you about it, and without incentives or commissions they don't care about promoting it. There's nothing in it for them,” explained Arevalos.

Your own personal “bank” gives you financial flexibility not available through other means. You can earn dividends on the funds in your personal “bank,” including on each loan payment. Unlike traditional loans, if you have a bad month, or even a bad year, you can stop making loan payments until you are ready to continue.

Arevalos helps individuals to create their own “bank,” simply and quickly. Once you become your own “bank” you can lend yourself money for any purpose without an application, and without a credit check.

Your personal “bank” will not be exposed to any market risk. Your money is guaranteed, regardless of how many thousands or millions you've accumulated.

Consumers who are looking for a way to improve their net worth and financial status, as well as those who would like to leave the traditional world of financing may request a personal consultation with Arevalos at no cost or obligation.

Additional information is provided at http://YourPersonalBank.com, and Arevalos may be contacted toll-free at 1-888-855-2747.

Contact:

Gilbert Arevalos, CMFC, AAMS

President, Wall Street Financial Consultants

Garevalos@YourPersonalBank.com

(831) 443-3858

David Bresnahan

http://ThatPRGuy.com
(801) 562-5362

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