Honoring Our Heroes This Veterans Day

I hope you’ve been enjoying the videos I sent you. Today, I have a great offer to share with you! How would it feel if you didn’t have to worry about money anymore? How would it feel to be financially free? What would it be like if you didn’t have to work anymore if you…

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Motivational Saving Techniques

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Behavioral Change

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Car Buying Strategies

When I was nine years old, my Dad bought the family a new car. What an experience that was for me! For years, our family only had one car: a white, 1969 American Motors Rambler. We nicknamed her “Bessie.” Bessie was a workhorse. From taking us to school through snow drifts to driving us around…

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The Psychology of Saving

I hope you had a great week! Do you ever feel stress about potentially going over budget, like pressure from friends or coworkers to spend money, or pressure to buy in order to meet an emotional need? Financial goals are important to me. Sometimes I’ll take a break, clear my mind, and remind myself why…

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October 2019 – High Yield Savings

Last week I sent out an email asking about your biggest money problems. I just can’t believe the response. The emails came flooding into my inbox – and I’m really impressed by how many of you took the time to write back to me. And by the way, if you haven’t written yet, I would…

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The Widow’s Tax

Retired military service members are given the option of insuring family members through the Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP). When a retired military member pays into SBP, the spouse is guaranteed to receive up to 55% of the pension after the retired member’s death. This can provide some financial security to surviving family members. When a…

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The Dividend Growth Strategy

I hope you had a great week! Today I want to talk to you about a powerful investing strategy that can help you make a lot of money. It’s the Dividend Growth Strategy (DGS). Many companies issue shares of common stock and pay dividends to share-holders. A subset of these companies is the Dividend Aristocrats. Each of the aristocrats has…

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Education for Income Security

During my last live seminar, one of the key points I emphasized to my audience is that the most important pillar in your financial security is your income. It’s not knowing the latest hot stock tip or get-rich-quick scheme. Income security is not a common conversation topic today, especially with a booming job market. However, income security is…

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You Can Beat the Market

A successful business acquaintance sold a language program, and in a recent year he grossed over $1 million in revenue. I had a brief discussion with him about saving for the future, and his response was “I’m only going to invest in my own business. It’s what I know best!” He does bring up an…

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