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I want you to watch this video…
It shows you why the big infomercial guys have to charge $80,000 for their programs.
They have no other choice – even if their programs are not very good
And it also shows how I found a solution to give you something 100 times better, and even
give you free access for 7 days.
Perhaps few words in the English language can get as strong a reaction as the word “debt”.
- Consumer debt makes families feel like a chuck of their their paycheck each month just disappears.
- Debates rage about the ethical and moral implications of declaring bankruptcy.
- Financial gurus make a big deal of cutting up credit cards on stage to “free” their audiences from the evils of owing money.
What about you? What are your thoughts on “debt”? (more…)
I have seen that not everyone who wants to be successful actually makes it. (more…)
Paying down debt – or as I call it, plugging the drains in your financial bathtub – is a HUGE part of reaching financial freedom. (more…)
I belong to a Google group of investors, where we all share ideas, answer each other’s questions, and try to tap into the experience that each of us brings to the table.
The other day, one of the members of the group asked if any of us had experience purchasing tax liens with private money. (more…)
Warren Buffet is a man who knows about buying stocks. He gives pithy and easy to digest pieces of investment advice, and real estate investors would do well to listen to what he says – he has a pretty good head on his shoulders, after all.
What is your ideal life like?
Is it travelling, spending more time with the family… or it is enjoying some of the finer things in life?
Check out these great tips that I came across for consolidating debt.
Sometimes the battle is in your mind – start by getting your expenses organized and then attack them!
Did you happen to see on the news a few months back that in-flight catalog SkyMall filed for bankruptcy?
If you were to get all your friends and family members together in one room and ask them for investment advice, what kind of advice do you think they would give you? Would they tell you to buy gold, stocks, or even to try some complicated Foreign Exchange program?
According to a recent Gallup poll, more Americans prefer real estate to any other kind of investment vehicle.
I’m glad to see that others are finally getting it.