Whatever the end goal of financial freedom looks like for you, there are a 5 simple key first steps that everyone must take to get there. All you need to do is decide that you are ready to transform your life for the better, and you will be well on your way to living the life of your dreams.
2. Compound Interest Is Absolutely Critical To Growing Your Wealth – Here’s Why
Albert Einstein once said that compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world yet, sadly, many people do not fully understand the power behind it. If they did, they might make smarter financial choices and see their finances improve almost immediately. In this post, I’ll walk you through the basics of compound interest and show you why you need to start taking advantage of its amazing power.
3. How To Stay Ahead Of The Game While Credit Scores Evolve
It seems that in order to live the American dream, you need to be super rich or gave a great credit score. Most people have ups and downs with their finances over their lives, however, and this can lead to a less-than-perfect credit score that can be difficult to fix. Many people speculate, though, that the way our credit is scored might be changing in the future so to be able to stay ahead of the credit game, we need to learn what the changes are going to be and how to keep up. Below are a few of the top predictions that most are making and how they can affect most people’s credit scores in their files.
4. The Bubbles in Housing & Stocks Are Supported By An Invisible Bubble In Greed, Euphoria & Credulity!
We believe what we believe will make us rich, what feeds our euphoric confidence that the bubble-music will never stop and our credulity that bubbles which we know will pop will not pop until we’ve safely cashed out.
5. U.S. Goods Canadians Can Boycott During the Canada-U.S. Trade War
In light of the widening trade war between Canada and the United States—and Donald Trump’s broadsides against this country’s political leadership—we’ve compiled a list of products you can support at the expense of their American counterparts.