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Even if you have a good job, which many people today don’t, you can find yourself having money problems.
It doesn’t mean that you don’t make enough money, it means you spend more than you make. Continue reading
Financial freedom should be everyone’s goal.
Eliminate debt and you can build equity. Build equity and you’re on your way to financial freedom.
In today’s economy many people find themselves struggling with the rising cost of fuel, high mortgage payments, various loans, credit card debt and high interest rates. Many also find themselves with less income. Continue reading
Families now more than ever need to develop and learn financial control. It is estimated that 98% of American families have no financial control. Most families financial control consists of looking at the lower right hand corner of their check register. If there is money there, spend it!
Families have been headed in the wrong direction for too long. It took just twelve (12) years (1992 to 2004) to double personal debt to some $10 trillion. Since then it has gone up to over $12 trillion. Did you know that the average family in America has $9,500 on credit cards. Some metropolitan areas like Seattle, WA have an average $12,000 per family. Continue reading