Welcome to Design Your Dream: Your Financial Plan for Success, where you'll design your personal financial plan to meet your goals, care for your loved ones, and enjoy financial peace of mind.
** Control Your Financial Destiny **
You'll feel confident about your financial life, set some clear priorities, and move forward for financial peace of mind.
You'll complete this course with a CLEAR, PERSONALIZED plan with your top financial priorities.
** Feel Confident About Your Money **
In these quick, narrated video lessons, you will:
“On My Way to Debt Free"
Plus lots more:
We keep it fresh, with different styles and video themes. Free downloads include a 55-page e-book, a discount code for our other course, even a motivational video you can view, download, even post on your own website if you wish.
You'll complete the course with simple, powerful strategies to turbo-charge your financial life to the next level – with confidence! Press the “Take this Course" button on the right to get started.
Welcome! Glad to have you with us. Take a look at what to expect, and post a message any time!
Priority number one: an emergency savings account! Put away as much as you need to cover expenses in case of a medical emergency or job loss. It;s about peace of mind!
Thinking about a new career? Think carefully about income possibilities before committing.
Watching television? Playing video games? Why not direct some of that time and energy towards doing something you're good at, and increasing your income options?
Here are seven options for directing a bonus or windfall, to jumpstart your goals.
Some ways to reduce tax that you may not have thought of.
How to keep expenses down? Here are 10 FREE sources you may never have thought of.
Learn the language, learn the basics, and learn some basic strategies for a residential mortgage.
What, no will on file? Take a look at this for the basics!
A will usually comes with other documents, called an "estate plan." Learn to talk the talk.
Emergency! If you don't have a will -- and you DO have any of these three situations -- get one now!!
You'll learn if you are READY to invest -- and if so, what are the most conservative, low-cost investment options.
What to ask for? details of a diversified low-cost index fund portfolio.
Planning for beyond your working years.
College is not the only option -- or even the best one. Here is what to consider 5 - 10 years ahead of time.
College coming up in 3 -5 years? Here are mid-range planning options.
College coming up in the next few months or weeks? Take a look at this quick-start college funding planner.
We've all been there . . . sometimes life just smacks us around until our head is spinning. If that's you, join us here, for a chance to recuperate, and walk through some survival techniques!
Steps 4-6 in our Getting Back on Track series.
Step 7 - at last! in Getting Back on Track.
We've all been there. It's bad, it's ugly . . . it's unemployment. Here's a few tips to make it better.
Intro to our "On My Way to Debt - Free" series, a step-by-step approach to consumer debt paydown.
One: Grit your teeth! Once this one is over, it get's easier!
More"On My Way to Debt - Free" series, a step-by-step approach to consumer debt paydown.
-- an emergency last-ditch effort to hang on to your dignity!
Ready for a snapshot? Set a benchmark for your progress, and use the Future Plan Checklist to keep track of your financial goals.
Where's it all going? Design a Cash Flow statement to keep track.
Annual Income =
divided by 52.
Here's the key: Go through your cash flow statement and decrease (or even increase) each expense category, to meet your goals.
For our students and graduates: view, download, even post this motivational "Think and Grow Rich" video!
Download this free ebook.
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Christine Williams JD, MSW is a personal tax filing consultant, located in British Columbia, Canada, offering personal tax filing for Canadian taxpayers. She earned her law degree in Chicago, Illinois. She has a Masters Degree (with Honors) in Social Work, a Bachelor's in Education from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, and has successfully completed the Canadian Bankers Associations' Professional Financial Planning program.