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- Plan for lucrative opportunities
- Plan for unexpected emergencies
- Understand the power of Compound Interest
- Have an open mind
- Be willing to do some introspective work on their financial
National credit card debt reached a peak of $1.022 trillion in April 2008 That's an average of $8,299 in credit card debt per household. That was more than a third (38 percent) of total U.S. consumer debt.
Today, the average American home has over $16,000 in credit card debt, says NerdWallet.
But the #1 cause of bankruptcy is healthcare costs. Not being prepared for an emergency can ruin you.
And personal finances are not just a North American problem. According to the Mirror in the UK: "The amount of personal debt has hit a staggering £1.5 trillion..."
Obviously, something needs to be done and you are the only person who can do it.
By understanding, then mastering the Four Fundamentals of Financial Planning, you will set yourself on a course towards achieving whatever monetary and lifestyle goals you want. In this fast-paced course, Dwayne Richards shows you how easy it is to take control of your bank account and live the life you want.The course covers in detail:
- Why Cash is King
- Living Your Dream Lifestyle
- What Your #1 Asset Really is
- How to Safeguard Your Future
- And much more!
You will discover the power of Compound Interest and how to use it to your advantage. Chances are that right now, it is working against you.
Dwayne Richards, CPA, CMA, Financial Security Advisor and Business Consultant, shows you every strategy, secret and tactic you will need to prevent you from being an 'Average American' with $16,000+ in credit card debt.
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- Small Businesses
- Home Owners
You can not function without cash. This section helps you get your cast issues in line with your income to take advantage opportunities and helping you out in emergencies.
How much money should you have in the bank in case of opportunities or emergencies?
What is compound interest? How does it affect your lifestyle? How can you escape the downside of compound interest? How can use compound interest to your advantage?
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