A Simple Yet Little Known Way To Become Rich and Save Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars!

How to Become Rich and Wealthy using Your Credit Report and Score – Part 1

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Did you know that having a good credit report and credit score can help you become rich and wealthy? Yep, your credit can help you build wealth, save money, and increase your net worth significantly. A good credit score can save you hundreds of thousands of dollars over your life-time in interest charges!   Why you […]

Why do you want to become rich? What does being rich mean to you? Learn why some people think of money, wealth, and power when they think of the term "rich," and why many other people believe being rich is much more meaningful than financial and monetary reasoning's!

Why Do You Want to Become Rich? Money and Wealth Explained

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Why do you want to be rich? Or, maybe you’re wondering how to become rich? These type of questions seem like they should have straight forward answers, but truth be told, they don’t. For some people, money and financial wealth isn’t necessary to feel like they’re rich or wealthy.     Once you’ve finished reading […]

Thirty-five Inspirational Quotes About Money and Wealth

35 Inspirational Quotes About Wealth, Money and Life

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Building wealth and making money are two areas which I feel pretty strong about. However, sometimes it can feel like the process of generating income and creating wealth can begin to control you, instead of you controlling it. To put things back into perspective and to avoid letting the process of making money and creating […]

Is Your Investment Portfolio Personal? Why Experts Say Your Investment Strategy Should Reflect Your Lifestyle

The Key To Successful Investing Is Asset Allocation – Part One

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When it comes to investing, the biggest and most important decision revolving your portfolio is asset allocation. Jack Bogle, the founder and former CEO of The Vanguard Group, once said, “The most fundamental decision of investing is the allocation of your assets: How much should you own in stocks? How much should you own in […]

10 Business Terms Every Entrepreneur Should Know

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Every entrepreneur should understand and know a few basic business and startup terms. They’ll help you understand how a startup business is launched and funded. These business terms will also help you understand whether or not any money invested in a company is making a return, or how much money a company has available to spend […]

Creating a Budget

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Everyone has been told that having a budget is important and as simple as creating a budget is many people don’t know where to start. Here we will go over a few simple guidelines for creating a budget that will help you control your financial spending. Why Create a Budget? Budgets are a simple way to […]

Financial Goals and Objectives

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Determine what your financial goals and objectives are and then begin to prioritize those goals and objectives. Start Prioritizing Goals and Objectives I’m sure you have many financial goals you want to achieve, but you won’t be able to begin to achieve any those goals if you don’t decide which of those goals are most important […]

Money Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom – Book Review

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Money Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom – By: Tony Robbins I first heard about this book when reading an article in Fortune Magazine and was immediately interested. I had listened to Tony Robbin’s Personal Power II: The Driving Force! program in the past and have been a longtime fan of his. […]