September 6, 2012
I get asked this question almost weekly from strangers, acquaintances, friends, and family members. They can see the passion in my eyes when I get started on the topics of finance, business, and Internet marketing.
They can see that I’m successful with them all.
But it wasn’t always this way.
I used to take what I call the “traditional” way to general finance.
And what do I mean by “traditional finance”?
Well, I’m talking about getting a financial planner, maxing out your Roth and/or 401K, and hoping that by the time you’re 65 years old that you will have enough good health, will power, and mental capacity to enjoy whatever money that you have available to spend at that point in your life.
That is, if the entire stock market hasn’t collapsed, crushing people’s “safe havens” of their mutual funds investments, and/or the entire financial system hasn’t gone down the shitter.
September 20, 2010
Want to know how to pay for Harvard? Or better yet, any other college for that matter? Well, I promise you that your chances of getting a full ride aren’t very realistic, seeing that less than 5% of students at any college get a full ride based on academic merit. BUT, I will give you 5 great ways to help put a dent in the college bill or maybe even get it for free with a little combined help.
Are you ready? Does this sound appealing? I’ll let you decide for yourself, but I don’t think that you will be disappointed. So here we go….
December 9, 2009
Sure it isn’t too bad when you are out with your friends on that shopping spree and decide to buy that $100 jacket, or you are in the electronics section and just have to buy that new flat screen TV. “I’ll just put it on my credit card, and pay it off later” you tell yourself.
Then, one month down the road, you are hammered with a massive credit card bill, and no way to pay it off. You just keep doing balance transfer upon balance transfer. It will ultimately go away somehow, right? WRONG!
This is just the typical case that I get approached with time after time, and people want to know what to do. Well, the simple answer is that they need to fix the underlying problem, which is to get a grip on their debt. But I want to give you some tools that I have used successfully in the past.
These are 5 great ways to help you step out of debt, and get control of your spending problems.