Debt consolidation is a big business in the U.S., and many people believe it’s a great tool to use to get out of debt. But is debt consolidation really a good option for people that are deep in debt and need …Continue
Added by Dr. Jason Cabler on July 17, 2014 at 10:52am — No Comments
In the pages of this blog I almost always advocate that having more is always better. More money, more out of your career, more from your relationships, and more from life in general are all good things.
But since this is a blog that’s primarily …Continue
70% of folks today are struggling with living paycheck to paycheck so if you are not struggling with debt, chances are someone close to you is. Our finance story has been shared locally, nationally, and through international media outlets. After having written the #1 budgeting book on Amazon and paying off $212,000 worth of debt and medical expenses we share our story with you in this episode in the hopes that it helps others gain abundance in…Continue
I get questions from readers all the time about all kinds of financial situations they need help dealing with. They run the gamut from simple questions about budgeting to very detailed problems dealing with losing a business, …Continue
You can read all the personal finance blogs and books ever produced to learn to be successful with finances. But none of it really means anything until you use that knowledge to take action in your financial situation.
To set yourself up for financial success, you have…Continue
Here's two of the things that happened:
1. Jack in Indiana asks how to build an audience for…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on February 17, 2014 at 5:00am — No Comments
I want to talk about some common career myths.
You do not NEED a degree to be successful. Not everyone is cut out for school. There are plenty of people that are a making a very good living without a degree. In fact, some of the richest people dropped…Continue
When you get something for nothing, you just haven't been billed for it yet. ~ Franklin P. Jones
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by Pete Ferguson…Continue
Two game-changer questions that changed everything for her: (Jump to the podcast.)
Where do I want to…
Let our advance worrying become advance thinking and planning“. -Winston Churchill
Most likely you wandered into debt, one purchase at a time. You spent without regard to your current payments or whether you could afford the purchase. Dave Ramsey says, ” You can wander into debt, but you can’t wander out.” You need a plan. Plans are great in our…Continue
Added by Kathryn Gerken on August 14, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments
The key to helping your self succeed with money is knowing where the problem lays. You may not have a spending problem as much as a problem with your income. Read More
Added by Kathryn Gerken on July 17, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments
Saving – just start somewhere
We don’t save like we use to for many different reasons. Here are a few statistics to help show where we are as a nation: 38% of American adults have an emergency fund. 41% save something regularly, $ 35,000 is the average amount saved for retirement in America. Out of people who do save for retirement only 18% feel they have enough saved when they do retire. Now I can try to make you feel bad and list all of the other countries that do better at…Continue
Added by Tim West-Go West Coaching on June 9, 2013 at 6:08pm — No Comments
How far would you be now?
Do you remember when you were a kid and someone told you to go do something and you got half way to your destination and they called you back and asked you; I wonder how far you would be now if you didn’t turn around? Do you notice how we often do the same thing to ourselves by not doing what we set out to do originally? We usually have an idea of where we want to go, or where we would like to be at certain stages of our life. Things in life…Continue
Added by Tim West-Go West Coaching on May 27, 2013 at 7:08pm — No Comments
The summer sales have begun. Happy Memorial Day to us! This week you can buy practically anything on sale. But what will the cost be down the road when you end up with a bunch of payments? Read More
This year we have added a new feature to our blog posts. Each Sunday I post a devotional based in personal finance. I hope to eventually compile them into a small book. Let me know what you think! I am currently reading Tribes by Seth Godin. In his book he refers to non-conformists as heretics. Are you a financial heretic? Read more
While his book just hit the stands Wednesday morning (May 1), it is already shaping up to be more than he thought possible. (Jump to the podcast.)…Continue
Unexpected events always come up. What happens when the event becomes financial as well. How can we tell when to dip into our emergency fund. Is it a real emergency? How do you deal with financial emergencies? Please leave us your thoughts? Read More
Added by Kathryn Gerken on April 30, 2013 at 9:53am — No Comments
Hello My Fellow and Successful Entrepreneurs,
I have a recommendation to partner with one of the top debt relief marketing programs in the world who recently expanded out to pay per lead or per sale for clients referred in all states except one in the USA as well as all locations in Canada.
As a single mother, I jumped on the chance to join this program that's not only free to…Continue
Added by Kalimba Pegues-Yarbrough on April 16, 2013 at 10:34pm — No Comments
Dan Miller must have read my mind. What perfect timing to read his blog.
As some of you know, I was recently laid-off by the organization I gave nearly 32 years of my life too. I am 56 years-old and between my age, health and spending years in a job that wasn't advancing my skills towards modern techniques with asset management and purchasing, I basically became a master of nothing.
You may read the story…Continue