This is an illuminating book by author Mark Ortega which leads the reader from experiences of past failure to a new adventure full of hopeful possibilities This book is unique among others in the field of personal finance. In it, the author reveals the methods, experiences, and thoughts he himself applied to be much more successful in the area of saving money and building wealth. We are living in times of great change. Jobs are being lost a thousand at a time. Proposed solutions from government leaders have many people scratching their heads. People are asking, "What can I do as an individual to help myself?" Mark Ortega's book, Outsmarting Yourself to Save Money & Build Wealth" shows you what you can do. You don't have to remain stuck in the same old rut. He explains the steps you need to take to create a better life experience for yourself and your family. You can stay where you are, or you can decide that you want to get started in a new and better direction today. This book is written from the heart. It's not a book of merely cold numbers and facts. It attempts to get at the reasons you don't do what you need to do to be financially successful. It contains stories and anecdotes to both encourage you and get to the core of the issues. This book will touch you, and hopefully change you for the better. Today people are searching for solutions that speak to them on a personal level. "Outsmarting Yourself to Save Money and Build Wealth" is a book that attempts to fill that need. It's a guide to a potentially greater future for you and your family. You don't want to pass up this opportunity.
Save and Borrow Money the Smart Way | A Better Way to Save, Borrow, and Recycle Your Family's Money will show you and your family a better way to simultaneously save money and borrow money. If you are looking for the smartest way to save money, borrow money, or if you are contemplating how to get a loan, or even how to save for retirement, then read this book first. Most people believe the bank is the only place to save money or borrow money, and IRA's and 401K's are the only place to save for retirement. However, a bank savings account doesn't allow you to keep earning money when you take money out of the account to pay for an expense. Likewise, neither 401K's nor IRA's allow you to borrow money from them without severe limitations, potentially significant penalties and taxes, and you'll miss out on any potential market gains. There is a smarter way to save and borrow with more flexibility so that your money works much harder for you and allows your family to keep more in their pocket. If you are open to listening to an idea that has been around for close to 200 years and stood the test of time, then consider looking at a participating whole life insurance policy. A participating whole life insurance policy, specifically built with a high cash value as part of the infinite banking concept, allows you to save money and borrow money with much greater efficiency and superior financial performance than any other system you are currently using. This is due to the fact that a properly designed participating whole life policy allows you to get safe, tax-deferred growth and allows you to simultaneously borrow money from the cash value without impacting the growth of that money. Unlike a bank savings account or a bank loan, you can literally get your money working in two different directions at once so you can live better today while saving for tomorrow.If you currently have or are contemplating owning a bank savings account, credit cards, student loans, personal loans, business loans, or car loans, then you need to read this book. Even if you think you are financially savvy and pay cash for all of your major expenses, the system illustrated will keep more in your pocket. Just by reading this book, you will understand why and how you could easily be saving $100,000 to $200,000 over your lifetime if you are currently using credit cards, financing, or paying cash for major expenses.
After getting laid off I had to wade through all the frugal tips like "reuse twist ties" and "turn off the lights when you leave a room" to find the ones that really delivered. Sure you can save a few pennies by turning off the lights around the house, but I needed to make bigger money-saving moves. I didn't need to save a few pennies, I needed to save many hundreds of dollars each month. That is what this challenge is all about: taking 21 days to make some drastic, but realistic, changes in order to save at least $500 each month. If you are anything like I was, you probably have more bills and payments due each month than you have money coming in. You have undoubtedly read other money-saving tips in the past, but just felt like none of them would yield much result. You also probably don't have the time to read through a bunch of fluff, but just want to get to the point! If this sounds like you, then you are who this book was written for! And while this challenge is not intended to solve all your financial problems, it will definitely help you save money! The book is broken out into 21 short chapters, each with a realistic money-saving suggestion that will help your reach your $500/m goal. To succeed with the challenge you will need to take the chapters day-by-day and not just fly through the whole book in one sitting. Those who read a chapter a day and take action each day will be rewarded with much better success.
Originally prepared for the Fox Meadow School for students learning to perform drama on the radio, here is Henry Fisk Carlton's radio play (originally aired as part of the Dramatic Hours in Colonial History series) with notes on how to be a good radio actor and how to follow directions in the play. Edited by Claire T. Zyve, Ph.D.
Think money is boring? Think again! Discover uplifting money mantras and images that help to instill a sense of fun about money. You'll get to meet a cool and hip piggy bank, a money superhero and even Mr. Moneybags and his family. The goal of this coloring book is to not only help you unleash your creativity, but to help you feel better about your money. Why not have a bit of fun while paying the bills? There are thirty hand-drawn illustrations that appear twice on one-sided pages. There are also large margins for easy removal images So go ahead, go wild coloring! Video walkthrough here: https: //youtu.be/4nriNycJlOs
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