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Have you tried to save money and failed?

  • Are you struggling to get out of debt?
  • Are your bills out of control?
  • Do you lay awake at night stressed over money problems?
  • Does your income not meet your financial needs?

If so, How to Create a Budget and Use a Spending Plan will help. In these difficult economic times, getting out of debt and having more money available is the name of the game. In my indispensable e-book, I present simple, reliable, and practical strategies for getting out of debt, having more money available, and saving hundreds if not thousands of dollars each year.

Written in an easy-to-understand way, I teach consumers how to get their financial house in order. How to Create a Budget and Use a Spending Plan helps you leverage one of the most powerful financial tools available-knowledge.

Only “you” can change your life. Don’t you owe it to yourself and to your family? Remember, your debt affects them as well.

Note: this is a downloadable e-book, not a book made of paper.

Click here to buy on Smashwords.com http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/51739

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Do I Really Need a Financial Advisor?

No, but it’s a wise choice for many reasons. Just like you may not “need” a mechanic to keep your car running, it’s a good idea to hire one to make sure the job’s done right.

Why Find a Financial Advisor?

It’s a wild world out there. The economy is crazy. Life and your needs change constantly. You shouldn’t face it alone. Throughout the many stages of life, an advisor keeps your finances on track and helps you with:

  • Marriage– The joining of two people into one household is far more complicated than deciding what furniture stays and what goes.
  • Divorce–Divorce derails existing financial plans.
  • Birth–Diapers aren’t cheap! Plus food, clothes, school etc.
  • College– The value of a college education is well worth the investment, but costs rise every year.
  • Job Change– How do you roll over your retirement savings plan from your former employer?
  • Retirement– Social Security won’t be enough for you in retirement. How much will you need to save to live on?
  • Inheritance or Sudden Windfall– There are tax implications to consider. How can you best maximize your assets?

There are many different types of advisors and over a hundred different credentials and accreditations. Different financial professionals have different areas of expertise and training. To learn how to find the right advisor for you and not a scam or rip-off artist like Bernie Madoff, read my new e-book, How to Choose a Financial Advisor. How to Choose a Financial Advisor will help you reach your financial goals.

Buy Now for only $1.99 https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/51744 or http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004VGV4E0

Note: This is a downloadable e-book, not a book made of paper.

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If I make more money, will that get me out of debt? Unfortunately, a larger income alone usually won’t get you out of debt. This sounds counter-intuitive at first until we realize that most people don’t go into debt over lack of money. They go into debt because they spend more than they make. For example, there are famous people who made millions of dollars, but filed bankruptcy, anyway. The list includes Mike Tyson (boxer), Donald Trump (entrepreneur), Anna Nicole Smith (model-actress), Ted Nugent (rock star) and Larry King (talk show host) to name a few. Earning more money will not get you out of debt. The real issue is usually bad spending habits. The reason many people have financial problems is because they have bad spending habits. Using a budget and spending plan are great tools that help you develop good spending habits. They work because they prevent you from spending more than you are making.

To learn more about creating a budget, using a spending plan plus lots of money-saving tips, buy my new e-book, How to Create a Budget and Use a Spending Plan. How to Create a Budget and Use a Spending Plan will help solve your money problems. 

Buy now for only $1.99 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004VFPKU0 or http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/51739 

Note: This is a downloadable e-book, not a book made out of paper.

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“A spending plan always works. It rescues you when your income falls short.”

Jane Bryant Quinn

If you arm yourself with only one weapon in your fight for financial control, make it a spending plan.

Download the PDF to get my spending plan worksheet to use with my e-book: How to Create a Budget and Use a Spending Plan.


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