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A penny saved is NOT a penny earned. Various taxes diminish the return on your income efforts, where as saving makes you richer at full value.
The key to taking control of your finances is paying yourself first. You can maximize the amount you save without risking your budget with this trick.
I have read these books and I highly recommend each of them.
Are you in a constant battle with your budget? I was too, until I discovered a much more effective method: tracking and analyzing your spending with this free spreadsheet.
Pay off your house in roughly half the time, saving on interest and getting to freedom faster. Easy formula and explanation. Free calculator included.
This uncomplicated, efficient method will slash decades worth of debt into a few short years no mater if you have hundreds of debts or just one.
Buying the second house can be as emotional a the first. Here are some things to consider to reign in your excitement and make a sound decision.
Your Turn! What is stopping you from learning more about finances?
Your Turn! What book did you read, class did you take, or mentor did you have that has been the biggest impact on your life financially? What was the key lesson learned?
Your Turn! What’s on your financial learning wishlist? What financial topic did you wish you knew more about? What is on your financial or personal development reading list?
What is something that you have rocked at financially? What is a financial mistake you have made?
Disclaimer: I am not a licensed or certified financial coach, planner or adviser, just an enthusiast. Anything I recommend should be personally analyzed and discussed with your financial adviser.