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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!"I hear these comments and more on a regular basis. I usually say, "Great! Can you think of any reasons your financial life isn't perfect right now?"It's really your "little voice" which is prompting you to say all these things! Your little voice has a job to do and that is to protect you from any change because it "knows" that change will be hard or scary or cause more work and it's just easier to keep things the way they've always been.

Lesson 2 - The Commodity Of Kings!


What is "The Commodity of Kings""Power is simply "the ability to act." Since ancient times, power has been the commodity of kings.

Who Else Wants To Know Oprahs Secrets To Wealth & Success?


Before I had a lot of money, I was really quite happy," said Oprah Winfrey. "And I will tell you this--you may not believe it--I never would have gotten the money if I wasn't happy to begin with.

Your Money Or Your Life


Have you stopped to realize that although you go to school to learn about important subjects, no one teaches you how to manage your money? Money is an essential part of life in our pursuit of happiness, yet very rarely will a parent sit down and tech their child how to handle their money. This is true in grade school, high school and worst college.

The Wealth Connection - 2 Steps to Brighten Your Golden Years


Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes -- Envision your life 10 or even 20 years from now. Where do you plan to be? What are you doing and with whom?Most of us between the age of 35 and 50 years hope to be retired to some degree in 15 to 20 years or less.

Financial Intelligence - Compounding (The Ninth Wonder of the World)


Compounding:  The Ninth Wonder of the WorldBy Nicola Cairncross Compounding is often described as the ninth wonder of the world. It is a concept that initially sounds quite dull, but when you understand how compounding just quietly works its magic - or conversely its naughtiness - it's a very exciting concept to grasp indeed!  Compounding is the difference between linear and exponential growth, or put more simply, about earning (or incurring) interest on the interest on the interest, generated by your savings (or your debt).

Financial Intelligence - Natural Marketing For Lone Rangers


"Ooooooh," you may say, "I could NEVER be good at marketing, I'm just not that sort of person.  I'm just not pushy enough".

Business After The Iraqi War


The rewarding of high compensation packages to top executives who turned over weak quarterly earnings, or who were involved in corporate scandals, adversely affected short-term investing, and collectively contributed to the downturn of the global economy over the last couple of years. Even the help and expertise of Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan and several notable Nobel Prize winning economists in the President's Council of Economic Advisers, wasn't enough to revive the economy.

Retirement Planning the Offshore Way


Retirement Planning the Offshore Way Why do so many of us constantly push the thought of retirement planning to the back of our minds? Reluctance?! 1 Reluctance to save for an event that seems so far off 2 Reluctance to tie in to an inflexible pension scheme 3 Reluctance to put a large portion of our current income out of reach for the long term But in terms of retirement planning, putting off until tomorrow that which you could get done today will end up costing you very dearly. Every month you delay your retirement savings planning, you significantly reduce the value of your future potential retirement fund.

Who Will Become Wealthy in the Information Age?


As you know, we're now well and truly in theInformation Age. It began about 10 years ago.

Simple Strategies to Making Financial Gain


Now is a great time to make it a habit to manage your resources instead of your resources managing you. What is meant by that when we are stating that "Your money manages you"? Here is a well known example:"There is more month than there is money so that new purchase, trip, or splurging will need to wait a month or two and maybe never.

Is Your Money Keeping Up With Inflation?


In today's unpredictable global economy, you obviously never know what is going to happen next. Uncertainties and concerns regarding the Iraqi threat, North Korean crisis, and hidden terrorist cells and networks continue to loom in the back of the minds of consumers.

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.

Your Wealth Cycle Foundation


The four main steps in building a wealth cycle foundation are:· Pay yourself first· Understand the legal entities available to you and the tax implications of each· Determine whether to be an active or passive investor and using the appropriate strategies · Develop and commit to your money rulesPAYING YOURSELF FIRSTPaying yourself first is a money rule. Can you imagine how much you would be worth if, from an early age, you had been conditioned to pay yourself first by depositing a portion of your earnings in a wealth account? Even if you only put in $1 per week, today you would probably be sitting pretty.

Controversial Wealth Audit Reveals Over 90 Percent of Us Could End Up Working Forever...Are You One


Results from a new tool developed by UK basedfirm, Lean Marketing, confirm a worrying trend.When it comes to making money,most of us simply don't have a clue.

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"Dollars and Sense," by behavioral economist Dan Ariely and Jeff Kreisler explains that people tend to approach money irrationally. But to build wealth, we have to out-think our emotions. To do it, we have to be aware of psychological pitfalls like ...

Homeownership doesn't build wealth, study finds - CNBC.com - CNBC

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Renting is better than owning to build wealth ? if you're disciplined to invest as well - MarketWatch

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Renting is better than owning to build wealth ? if you're disciplined to invest as well
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?When considering buying and building wealth through equity appreciation versus renting and reinvesting in a portfolio of stocks and bonds, property appreciation does not change the results,? he said. ?On average, renting and reinvesting wins in terms ...

'Wealth Building Isn't Just For The Wealthy' - Forbes - Forbes

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Jennifer Williams, a school teacher in Mississippi, has now paid off all nine of her payday loans and hasn't had one outstanding now for two years. She's a ...

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5 mental blocks that keep you from building wealth - Business Insider - Business Insider

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"Dollars and Sense," a new book by behavioral economist Dan Ariely and Jeff Kreisler, offers insight into the psychological pitfalls holding us back.

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Homeowners shouldn't count on property appreciation creating wealth, study says - Science Daily

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"When considering buying and building wealth through equity appreciation versus renting and reinvesting in a portfolio of stocks and bonds, property appreciation does not change the results," said study co-author Ken Johnson, Ph.D., real estate ...
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Suze Orman: Millennials are 'often clueless' about this simple wealth-building strategy - CNBC

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Chances are you've heard of a 401(k) plan. It's one of the simplest, most effective ways to build wealth and prepare for retirement. If your employer offers one, you're may well be enrolled in it. But there's a big difference between enrolling in your ...

Your idle money is one of the many reasons why India is poor - The ... - Economic Times

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Without equitable access to basics like food, healthcare and education, we are moving towards becoming a nation that is deferential to privilege.

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Column: The poor aren't poor because the rich are rich - Aiken Standard

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The way to make the poor less poor, in their view, is to make the rich less rich. And, of course, they propose to do this with government power. "By taxing our wealthiest, we could raise significant revenues and then invest these funds to expand wealth ...

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3 ETFs to Help You Build Retirement Wealth -- The Motley Fool - Motley Fool

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You can't just save money and expect to retire rich without being smart about how you invest it. For those who don't have the time, or inclination, to buy individual ...

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