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America is in trouble, and we’re running out of time.

If you’ve been watching, then you’ve seen the news. The world’s financial systems are stressed like never before. There is near unanimous agreement by government officials, economists, investment bankers, and politicians that the world’s economic system is about to experience massive change. Maybe you’ve seen calls by the world’s elite for an economic “reset.” Most of them are talking about restructuring that would force a more centralized socialist economic system.

How did we get here? You don’t have to look much farther than the reckless over-spending of governments almost everywhere — including the United States.


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The U.S. federal government debt now exceeds $35 trillion — even more when you account for the unfunded liabilities associated with Medicare and Social Security. And that debt is growing every year.

Our government will spend $2.3 trillion more than it takes in this year. That is 25% of our total $6.8 trillion budget. Worse, we will spend more than $1 trillion this year just to pay interest on our debt. We’re spending more on interest than anything else except social security.

It’s absolutely unsustainable, but the politicians in Washington DC of both parties don’t seem to have the will or the know-how to do anything about it.

And the U.S. isn’t the only country moving toward economic catastrophe thanks to an unbridled spending spree.

World Sovereign DeficitsThe total debt of the world’s governments now exceeds 110% of global GDP ($115.5 trillion in debt on $105 trillion of GDP.)

An inevitable economic restructuring must occur. We cannot tax our way out, spend our way out, borrow our way out, or print our way out. Those are the policies that got us into this problem. We must deal with our debt and deficit problems now, the longer we wait the worse will be the pain.

Inflation will continue to rise, interest rates will remain elevated, and economic growth will start to fall.

That means that the countries of the world will soon be unable to meet their debt obligations.

It won’t work, but the resultant conflicts will distract from our facility to meet the economic challenge, and serve as excuse for those who want to hurry a socialist economic reset.
Meanwhile, at the local level in our own communities, the delivery of basic services will be threatened by extreme limits on revenue, ever poorer coordination by government authorities, and an unprecedented migrant incursion.

No one knows for sure what is coming or how bad it will be. Still, a restructuring is required. Its impact may be dramatic and immediate, or it may be a slow, downward-spiraling process. Either way, economic reconciliation is coming, and the consequences will be severe for those not prepared.

What Can You Do About It?
You can join the In Trust Network. There you’ll learn what’s happening in real time; what it means for you, your family, and your community; and what you can do about it.

I’ve created the In Trust Network to achieve three central functions:

1. Banding Together to Succeed. The In Trust Network will provide a referral service for like-minded business owners to resist the economic crisis that’s coming by banding together. Are you tired of buying goods and services from other businesses that hate what you stand for? The In Trust Network gives us the chance to support one another, and grow our businesses together.
But our banding together won’t stop with fellow business owners. We’ll also lead a movement made up of local groups, churches, charities, and engaged individuals in each community to prepare for what’s coming. The In Trust Network will be a literal life saver — for our businesses, our communities, and our neighbors.

2. Access to Support. Central to the support we offer is access to capital. The In Trust Network will work through a merchant banking financial services corporation that connects our business members with commercial banks to get working capital loans up to $100,000.

This isn’t the kind of high-interest loan featured in your junk mail three times a week. We’re working with local community banks who have a vested interest in seeing local businesses thrive. The loans they make will feature low interest, and low monthly payments. As a member of the In Trust Network, you can qualify within hours and get your money the next business day.

We’ll also provide our members a wide variety of other services they can access either free of charge, or at steeply discounted rates. Things like health care, food supplies, emergency power, business and personal insurance, and many more critically important products and services.

3. Daily News, Strategic Guidance, and Economic Education. These days, it’s hard to know what you can believe in newspapers and broadcasts. Most of it isn’t even news, just poorly informed opinions that cast more shade than light. The In Trust network will bring you the latest economic and political news straight and unvarnished. We’re not going to raise false alarms, confuse facts with opinions, or promote events that only push one side of the narrative. We are going to give you the most reliable information available, and share with you what the best minds in the country why it matters, what it means for you, and what you can do about it.

The In Trust Network helps members create thriving communities that work together for the well-being of our families, our businesses, and our neighbors.

Whatever may come, your best chance to weather the storm resides in surrounding yourself with people who share your values and are committed to your success.

Registering is free and you will start getting valuable information right away. Why not register now and join the In Trust Network today? Just click “Sign Up” in the top right corner, and provide your name, email, and zip code.

Thanks for reading.

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Marc Nuttle
Founder, The In Trust Network