“The primary difference between rich people and poor people
is that rich people have more money.” – Dave Thyfault
You may not aspire to become a millionaire, but wouldn’t it be nice to end up better off than 97% of our citizens, who depend on others for their retirement in one way or the other? Wouldn’t it be nice to live a better life along the way? Wouldn’t it be nice to do all of that without taking advantage of others or having to get a part-time job, or having to invest a fortune in time or money?
This is the type of information that this book offers you. In addition, you will find out that nearly everybody, including you, can have an extra half-million dollars at retirement. You don’t have to get another job and you don’t have to make big sacrifices. All you have to do is learn how to better utilize the money you make right now.
Once you understand what it takes to accumulate income and net worth, you might even find out what it takes to make that first million. In fact, there are millions of millionaires in America right now and it is not really all that difficult to become one.
Oh sure, there are the lucky ones, like the Wal-Mart heirs; or that Iowa fellow who won 200 million bucks off of a Powerball ticket; or Bill Gates, who was the right guy in the right place at the right time. But most of us aren’t among that group. At least, I’m not. You’re probably not either.
But interestingly, most of the millionaires came up through the public school system. That includes me. I was a normal kid who was raised in a lower-middle-class family. I was two spots below the median in my high school class. When it came to finances, I made plenty of mistakes in my lifetime, but eventually I learned what to do. Just as importantly, I learned what not to do. Over time, I managed to land a seat in the same boat with all those rich people. Believe it or not, you can do it too. It’s really not very complicated.
The average senior lets a half-million dollars slip through their fingers in their working lifetime without even realizing it. Let me say that last part again. WITHOUT EVEN REALIZING IT. That’s right. They had it all along. They just didn’t know that they lost it as fast as they made it. There’s a good chance you’re making the same mistakes they made.
Mistakes? Like what, you might be thinking. If you don’t pay wholesale prices for cars; or, if you don’t know why you should get a hard copy of your FICO credit report every year; or, if you haven’t had a raise in a long time, then you are probably on the same track as those seniors were. But you can do something about it – just like I did.
First, you need to lean how to Stop Flushing Your Money Down the Drain. Find out where you’re losing money now without even knowing it. Then you can stop wasting the money you already have and discover how to use it as a tool to improve your lifestyle and grow your nest egg.
Find out who’s been picking your pockets and how to stop them. Learn what simple steps you can take right now to improve your financial future. And, discover how to prepare for life’s financial challenges before they sneak up on you.
You see, these things are the foundation to financial security. They make up the knowledge that many of the rich people learn, while the 97% group just keep on making the same mistakes.
So if you need more money now, and in the future, all you have to do is read this book, and implement the several changes it introduces. The sooner you get started the better.
If you’re not yet ready to plunk down a few bucks for one guy’s secrets, I suggest you read the link called Why YOU Need This Book. In it, a simple bowl of rice will illustrate how most of us allow our built-in biases to impede our financial successes.
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