At some point, maybe a bit down the road, you are going to get paid for having money. But it is likely that right now, you are on the other end: you are paying someone else for access to their money.
When you borrow, the cost of using someone else’s money will be dramatically more if you have bad credit. So, before we start talking about how to get paid for the money you have, we need to discuss how to minimize the cost of the money you buy.
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When the time comes to start getting paid for having money, build a strategy that works in good and bad times.
Investing is not gambling. You are not betting against the house or against your neighbor at the poker table. You are strategically lending money or buying ownership shares in companies and they are paying you for access to your money.
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Practically Independent: Practical Advice to Become Financially Independent is a no-nonsense guide to help you take control of your finances, full of practical advice that you can use to immediately improve your finances. The book outlines the strategy I have used to escape living paycheck-to-paycheck, lower the cost of my debt, get paid for having money, and protect what I have built.
Inside the book are tools, tips, and guides to help you manage cash, manage credit, manage investments, and manage risk.
If you are looking for a get-rich-quick scheme, this book is not for you. On the other hand, if you are looking for a practical approach to take control of your finances with real-world advice that you can start implementing today, then this is the book for you.
The entire strategy to take control of your finances is in the book Practically Independent: Practical Advice to Become Financially Independent, available in both Paperback and eBook editions. Learn more here:
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