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Residual Income - The Myth
"Join our program and retire in 3 months..." yeah, right.
Lesson 1 - Why Arent You Wealthy?
We will start the Financial Fitness System with the assumption that you are out of shape financially or you would not have decided to subscribe to the course. So, again, why aren't you wealthy? There are some exceptions, but for the majority of the world it's the same reason. You did not choose to be wealthy, that's it, end of story. We told you this would be simple!
Discover the Secrets and Possible Solutions To Money Problems
It is sometimes pitful how many projects are never born or die simply because of the flimsy excuse : "We don't have enough money !"
Trustees: Who Can You Trust?
Early in my legal career I represented two young women in their early 20s.
Early Retirement The Dream of the Working Classes
Everyone dreams of early retirement. The idea of no longer having to work at an early age is very attractive to some people and they dream and wish all day long about the day that they can afford to say, "Take this job and?" well, you know. Unfortunately, for many people, early retirement is a dream that will never be realized. It is not because they are in a job that won't allow early retirement or because they love their work so much that they can't bear to leave it. It is simply because they spent their time dreaming about early retirement rather than planning for it.
I Dont Need A Financial Coach To Help Me!
You've been thinking that your financial life could probably be better, right? Maybe you think, "If I could just stick to a budget everything will be fine?", or how about "When I get that next raise or promotion, I'll have enough money to pay off my debts and save some money?" You may even be thinking,"I can do this on my own!"
How I made $122,000 and lost $132,000 - A lesson in Assets vs Liabilities
This is a true story from my own experience that illustrates how buying assets for wealth creation works.
Plan For Wealth
One very important wealth creating habit is to set up a concrete plan that you can actually follow. You see, wealth takes planning, and is usually the result of taking a set of orderly, progressive steps from where you are now to where you want to be financially.
Building Wealth: Its An Inside Job ? Part 1
Whenever we read about building wealth or even attend a seminar for that purpose, we usually begin by assessing our present financial status. We're asked to calculate our assets and liabilities followed by a determination of where we'd like to be in a certain period of time. Being armed with this data along with assessing our present earning and saving power, we then set out to structure our financial goals. Although we try to be realistic, we still want to stretch ourselves a little bit ? after all, that's one of the purposes of setting goals, isn't it? To achieve more than we normally would if we didn't have goals in the first place. And also, goals are supposed to give us direction.
The 11 Best Money Saving Ideas of All Time - Part 1
At any time in history, no matter what the current state of the economy, no matter what the current trends, no matter what the unemployment rate is or where interest rates lurk, some money-saving ideas stay true.
Residual Income - Part Three Finding Leaders
In my last article on Creating Residual Income I mentioned that employees are a pain.
Warren Buffet: Wisdom from the Worlds Richest Investor
In light of the dominant mindset overshadowing the market these days, a breath of fresh air might be welcome. This month, we're devoting this space to wisdom from Warren Buffett, the world's richest investor. Buffett is a renowned value investor who follows Benjamin Graham's timeworn principles, a standard not unlike our own focus. Alas, in times like these, value investing has fallen out of favor; a sad situation, as these times are ideal for value hunters. Buffett writes prolifically every year in his company's annual report, and provides tidbits of long-lasting wisdom. Here are some excerpts that may help bring perspective to today's investor:
Russ Whitney - Building Wealth Through Real Estate
When Building Wealth by Russ Whitney was released a few years ago it sent shockwaves through the real estate industry and uncovered some amazing insights into Real Estate and Russ Whitney. It also opened the door for many people to get involved in the Real Estate Training Investing Training World.
Asset Diversification Is NOT Boring?And Will Make You Money
Spiritual and Emotional Money Goals: The Keys to a Financially Free Future
Are you setting the right money goals?
Easy Ways to Save $1,000
Vacation season is upon us and it can be tempting to pull out the plastic. To enjoy a vacation that you are not paying for when the next vacation season rolls around, consider a plan that costs $1,000 or less and pay cash. You will no doubt enjoy your vacation more knowing that you will return home with only your memories and without credit card bills.
Who Wants To be A Millionaire?
How many people search Google, Yahoo and MSN each day for the terms - make fast money online, get rich quick, or make money online? Or how about Who wants to be a millionaire?
Thought Creates Reality Even When It Comes To Money
What if I told you that reading a book would also change the way you react to the demands that rest upon your shoulders by the system of money you live under. Would you click HERE to learn more about that new way of perceiving your own money situation that would change everything for you especially where money is concerned?
Clearing Blockages to Increase the Flow of Money into Your Life
Money is probably the most challenging thing for many people to manifest. It can also be easiest. Just look at those who have millions or billions of dollars. It doesn't matter what the economy is doing, there will still be a great many people with an abundance of money. What are they doing differently? Are they just "lucky"?
Turn That Fixed Rate Mortgage Into A Goldmine
When you purchased your home, you most likely got a fixed interest rate mortgage with a 15 or 30 year term. These are the most popular mortgages in the industry. Even in the summer of 2004, when the interest-only or simple interest mortgage loans became popular, the average American stuck to the fixed rate. You see, the fixed rate offers security to conservative people, and the average American home buyer and home owner is a very conservative person.
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