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Top Four Wealth Building Traits

If you want to reach financial freedom at a faster pace you need to develop these four wealth building traits.

Why are some people able to build real wealth and achieve financial freedom at a much faster pace than the rest of the world?

The truth is there’s no magic secret. Instead it comes down to a few key habits and traits. If you’re willing to adopt these four wealth building traits you, too, can […]

Do You Have a Millionaire Mind? (Find Out!)

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Do you have a millionaire mind? Will you ever make it to the one million dollar mark?

You might. In fact the characteristics of millionaires probably aren’t what you think. Today’s self-made millionaires are not flashy, don’t advertise their wealth, and aren’t workaholics.

At least that’s the consensus of Thomas J. Stanley’s studies in the […]

Different Ways to Track Your Personal Finances

ways to track your finances

When it comes to tracking your money the saying “different strokes for different folks” is certainly true.

Personally, I’m not very good at tracking my expenses to the penny. I did it once, actually.

Usually I set a “guided budget” and even though my numbers may not fit perfectly within my original estimates, I still […]

Pay Off Your House By Age 55

One of the financial goals we’ve made is to have our house paid off before age 55, or at least have the capability to pay it off if we want to.  I know that as I get older, I’ll struggle to find a job if I lose the one I have now.  I anticipate that […]

I Attended my First Financial Event

Last week I was invited to attend a financial event at the local baseball stadium.  A friend of mine has been a client of a major investment/insurance company for years and was encouraged to bring a couple friends to this small event.  (There were about 70 people total)  I’m normally not very interested to attend […]