Kyle Fuller

An Authorized Infinite Banking Practitioner in Mesa, Arizona

Factum Financial
1555 S Gilbert Rd
Mesa, Arizona 85204
Phone: (480) 313-9908

Kyle Fuller started in life insurance in 2013, but was overcome by the power of Infinite Banking the following year and has been practicing IBC ever since. Kyle was blessed with the heart of a teacher, which prompted him to share his knowledge of Infinite Banking with people who want to harness every dollar for its maximum potential and live with ultimate financial freedom. Whether clients are overcoming debt, creating lasting wealth, or simply striving for financial freedom, Kyle helps people make their money work for them.

Businesses, individuals and families who work with Kyle all learn through accessible and personalized guidance that illustrates how they can channel whole life insurance into the living benefits taught by Nelson under IBC. The uninterrupted true compounding, liquidity, easy access, tax deferred earnings, and stability that a properly designed whole life insurance policy provides makes it the perfect asset to build your foundation on.

Kyle grew up In Mesa, AZ. He is passionate about sound principles for money stewardship. His first son had a banking policy at 3 months old, giving him the freedom that comes from never having to rely on a  conventional bank for his financial needs and desires. By moving away from the commercial banking world and using specifically designed policies as a source of financing, more and more of the money stays in the family!

Kyle is an authorized practitioner in Arizona and is ready to give business owners and families the necessary tools to carve out their new financial future today.

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