In this kit, we’ll guide you step-by-step through the process of creating and living with a personal budget. We’ll show you how analyze how you receive and spend your money and to set goals, both short and long-term. You’ll learn how to gain control of your personal cash flow. You’ll discover when you need to make adjustments to your budget and how to do it wisely. Most of all, this kit will show you that budgeting isn’t simply about adding limitations to your living but rather the foundation for living better by maximizing the resources you have.
This Personal Budget Kit provides you with step-by-step instructions, detailed information and all the budget worksheets and spreadsheets necessary to identify and understand your spending habits, reduce your expenses, set goals, prepare personal budgets, monitor your progress and take control over your finances.
Take Control of Your Finances!
• Reduce your spending painlessly and effortlessly
• Pay off your debts early
• Improve your credit rating
• Save & invest money
• Set & achieve financial goals
• Eliminate financial worries
Earn An Accredited College Degree Without Student Loans!
Not a day goes by that reports of the ever-increasing costs of higher education are making the news. In order to earn that coveted credential we have to take on a mountain of debt to pay for it, right? And in the society we now live in if you don’t have that coveted credential, it can be very difficult to get started in a good-paying career. What’s a person to do?
Good news…You don’t have to take on a mountain of debt to earn an accredited college degree. In fact, it’s even possible to earn a college degree for free if you know how the system works. And there are many ways to earn inexpensive college credits that colleges and universities don’t want you to know about. Why do they want this information kept secret? Simple…because they are raking in the cash from your tuition money and they don’t want the gravy train to stop.
Earn A Debt-Free College Degree! is a book that explodes the myth that earning a college degree requires a lot of money (and a big student loan that takes years to pay off). The book shows you how to earn an accredited bachelor’s degree for anywhere from free to no more than $15,000(and half this amount for associate’s degrees).
The best part about the strategies the book presents is that they do not rely on scholarships. That’s the major difference between this book and all the other books on the market that claim they can help you lower your tuition bills. Nearly all of those books talk about scholarships. These books make it sound like businesses and organizations have scholarship money just lying around and they are just looking for someone to give it to. It all sounds oh so easy, doesn’t it? There’s just one problem with this…thousands of other students have read those same books and they are all applying for the same scholarships you are. It takes many hours of work to search scholarship databases, fill out all those applications, and write essays. And then it becomes a waiting game to see if a scholarship committee picks you out of hundreds of applicants. You don’t have to worry about such an uncertain way to pay for college. There is a better way.
Earn A Debt-Free College Degree! presents simple strategies that nearly anyone can implement. You don’t have to be a stellar student with amazing grades, either. Your previous academic achievements won’t matter.
Here are just a few things you’ll discover in the book:
– Learn how to obtain textbooks for pennies on the dollar
– Discover more than a dozen colleges and universities in the U.S. that don’t charge tuition to any students who are accepted (and five of these don’t charge room and board, either)
– Find out how you can earn college credit that is accepted by nearly 1,900 college and universities in the United States by taking and passing one single multiple-choice exam. Most schools will accept up to 30 credit hours into a degree program from this type of credit. And it gets even better. It’s possible to earn 30 credit hours with this strategy for under $1,000.
– Discover how you can earn a four-year degree in only three years or even two years in some cases.
– Learn how you can turn previously completed training courses through your job, volunteer organization, and others into usable college credit. Most colleges and universities accept this type of credit but too few know about it.
– Discover the amazing educational benefits available for military personnel (either full-time, Guard, or reserves personnel). Learn how you can go from zero college credits all the way to a doctorate on the government’s tab.
– And many others.
We’ve become accustomed to the idea that earning a college degree is something that is very expensive. It’s time to destroy that myth. Let this book show you the way.
Greece isn’t the only country drowning in debt. The Debt Supercycle—when the easily managed, decades-long growth of debt results in a massive sovereign debt and credit crisis—is affecting developed countries around the world, including the United States. For these countries, there are only two options, and neither is good—restructure the debt or reduce it through austerity measures. Endgame details the Debt Supercycle and the sovereign debt crisis, and shows that, while there are no good choices, the worst choice would be to ignore the deleveraging resulting from the credit crisis. The book: Reveals why the world economy is in for an extended period of sluggish growth, high unemployment, and volatile markets punctuated by persistent recessions Reviews global markets, trends in population, government policies, and currencies
Around the world, countries are faced with difficult choices. Endgame provides a framework for making those choices.
Author John Mauldin What is the debt supercycle? Over a period of about sixty years, debt levels grew faster than incomes. This increase in debt became particularly pronounced in the 1980s, 90s and finally went parabolic after the Federal Reserve lowered interest rates to 1% after the Nasdaq crash. The increase in debt was not just a US phenomenon. As interest rates fell structurally with the fall in inflation from 1982 onwards, people took on more debt because it became more manageable. However, by 2008 the burden of debt became too much to bear and the debt supercycle came to an end. People started deleveraging and banks started collapsing due to low levels of capital and large losses from loans people couldn’t pay back. How does the sovereign debt crisis play into this? The rapid contraction in debt levels due to default and deleveraging lead to a fall in economic activity as people started saving and cutting spending. Governments immediately stepped in and backed bank debt with explicit guarantees. Governments also started borrowing and spending to transfer money to the private sector, for example via unemployment insurance. So in a very real sense, private borrowing was replaced with public borrowing. Debt was added onto more debt. Rather than free itself of debt, the system now has more debt. The sovereign debt crisis is the recognition that most of this debt will not be paid back, and governments are making promises to pay debt and other obligations, for example general spending and pensions, that they simply lack the ability to fulfill. Author Jonathan Tepper The end of the debt supercycle and the beginning of the sovereign debt crisis present problems and challenges for investors and governments. Governments will need to either 1) inflate, 2) default or 3) devalue, which is similar to inflate. That is the way governments have historically dealt with too much debt. Some countries will experience deflation and others inflation, depending on what choices governments make. Currently governments have only bad and worse choices. Let’s hope they can choose wisely. What do you predict for the next ten years? Central banks globally have shown a predisposition to print money to solve problems. We forsee rising inflation in many parts of the world, reductions in real income as people lose purchasing power due to higher food and fuel prices and more macroeconomic volatility. Some countries that do not control their own money supply or are running pegs may experience deflation as they are forced to delever and cannot increase the money supply to counteract the weight of deleveraging. You cite the events in Greece as an example of a country continuing to run massive deficits. Is there an example of a country making a better choice? The UK is making some of the right steps to control spending, but even the UK could be more draconian. In nominal and real terms, government spending in aggregate will not be cut in the UK. Also, Iceland has made positive steps by defaulting on its debt effectively. Default is a good way to cure too much debt.
Credit Card Debt is the worst debt to be in. Often it is debt that we have used to buy depreciating stuff, like clothes, shoes and lifestyle habits…leaving us with not much to show for. So if you have reached a point where you have had enough with credit card debt holding you back in life and are thinking about using a personal loan to get back on top of your finances again, well I strongly recommend watching this.
ALSO, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO FORWARD THIS VIDEO OR PASTE THIS VIDEO FOR ANY FAMILY OR FRIENDS TO WATCH WHO ARE DROWNING IN CREDIT CARD DEBT.
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Welcome to The Dave Ramsey Show like you’ve never seen it before. The show live streams on YouTube M-F 2-5pm ET! Watch Dave live in studio every day and see behind-the-scenes action from Dave’s producers. Watch video profiles of debt-free callers and see them call in live from Ramsey Solutions. During breaks, you’ll see exclusive content from people like Rachel Cruze, and Chris Hogan, Christy Wright and Chris Brown —as well as all kinds of other video pieces that we’ll unveil every day.
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Considering debt settlement? Negotiate and Settle Your Debts guides you to an extremely inexpensive way to do your own negotiating and settling of credit card debt.
ALSO INCLUDED ARE WHAT THE BANKS ARE ACCEPTING AS SETTLEMENTS AS OF DECEMBER 2012.
Save thousands of dollars and improve the quality of your life with this very informative gem of a book. Contents are sample Debt Settlement letters , Instructions on the timelines, How and when to start negotiating with your creditors, What happens each month you go late, Credit Repair Letters, Information about the Statute of Limitations and FDCPA, Information about the IRS Debt Forgiveness laws including Insolvency. Recent debt settlement letters of the authors from Bank of America for 20 cents on the dollar show that the strategies in this book really work.
These are easy to follow steps, which allow you to take back control of your financial future. Take action on your credit card debt today and discover the secrets the debt settlement companies and banks don’t want you to know!
TO TAKE BACK LIFE, ONE MUST FIRST FACE DEATH… One man stripped of his freedom, his morals… his life. Conditioned in captivity to maim, to kill and to slaughter, prisoner 818 becomes an unremorseful, unrivaled and unstoppable fighter in the ring. Violence is all he knows. Death and brutality are the masters of his fate. After years of incarceration in an underground hell, only one thought occupies his mind: revenge… bloody, slow and violent revenge. Revenge on the man who lied. Revenge on the man who wronged him. Revenge on the man who condemned him and turned him into… this: a rage-fueled killing machine. A monster void of humanity; a monster filled with hate. And no one will stand in the way of getting what he wants. ***** One woman stripped of her freedom, her morals… her life. Kisa Volkova is the only daughter of Kirill ‘The Silencer’ Volkov, head of the infamous ‘Red’ bosses of New York’s Russian Bratva. Her life is protected. In reality, it’s a virtual prison. Her father’s savage treatment of his rivals and his lucrative and coveted underground gambling ring—The Dungeon—ensures too many enemies lurk at their door. She dreams to be set free. Kisa has known only cruelty and loss in her short life. As manager of her father’s death match enterprise, only grief and pain fill her days. Her mafiya boss father, in her world, rules absolute. And her fiancé, Alik Durov, is no better: The Dungeon’s five-time champion, a stone-cold killer, the treasured son of her father’s best friend, and her very own—and much resented—personal guard. Unrivaled in both strength and social standing, Alik controls every facet of Kisa’s life, dominates her every move; keeps her subdued and dead inside… then one night changes everything. While working for her church—the only reprieve in her constant surveillance—Kisa stumbles across a tattooed, scarred, but stunningly beautiful homeless man on the streets. Something about him stirs feelings deep within her; familiar yet impossibly forbidden desires. He doesn’t talk. Doesn’t communicate with anyone. He’s a man beyond saving, and a man she must quickly forget… for both their sakes. But when days later, out of the blue and to her complete surprise, he’s announced as the replacement fighter in The Dungeon, Kisa knows she’s in a whole lot of trouble. He’s built, ripped and lethally unforgiving to his opponents, leaving fear in his wake and the look of death in his eyes. Kisa becomes obsessed with him. Yearns for him. Craves his touch. Needs to possess this mysterious man… … this man they call Raze. Dark Contemporary Romance. Contains explicit and non-consensual sexual situations, excessive violence, disturbingly sensitive and taboo subjects, offensive language and mature topics. Recommended for age 18 years and up*
Current debates about economic crises typically focus on the role that public debt and debt-fueled public spending play in economic growth. This illuminating and provocative work shows that it is the rapid expansion of private rather than public debt that constrains growth and sparks economic calamities like the financial crisis of 2008.
Relying on the findings of a team of economists, credit expert Richard Vague argues that the Great Depression of the 1930s, the economic collapse of the past decade, and many other sharp downturns around the world were all preceded by a spike in privately held debt. Vague presents an algorithm for predicting crises and argues that China may soon face disaster. Since American debt levels have not declined significantly since 2008, Vague believes that economic growth in the United States will suffer unless banks embrace a policy of debt restructuring.
All informed citizens, but especially those interested in economic policy and history, will want to contend with Vague’s distressing arguments and evidence.
The easy way to avoid early pitfalls on the road to financial success
A little money and a little time is all that’s needed to lay a strong financial foundation for today and the future. And starting sooner rather than later is the smartest thing you can do when it comes to protecting your financial future.
If you’re in college or enjoying your twenties, Personal Finance in Your 20s For Dummies cuts to the chase, providing you with the targeted financial advice you need to establish a firm financial footing as you work your way through school and the post-graduation years.Advice on paying off student loans, managing debt, and creating a solid pathway to financial successInvesting strategies for young investorsOther titles by Tyson: Personal Finance For Dummies, Investing For Dummies, and Mutual Funds For Dummies
If you’re looking for sound, reliable advice on how to make smart financial choices in the real world, Personal Finance in Your 20s For Dummies has you covered.
Upcycle Your Life
Get ready to trade in headaches and hassles for life skills, exchange clutter for money, transform eyesores into beautiful focal points in your home, and say goodbye to over-consumption and hello to genuine experiences.
Cristin Frank, the original Reduction Rebel, shows you the freedom and fulfillment you can have when you simplify your life. You’ll learn how to use your talents, time, and space to combat stress, become more efficient, relieve money woes, open up opportunities, and provide unbelievable self-fulfillment.
Inside you’ll find:Simple techniques that eliminate clutter and keep it from returningA personalized plan to help you reclaim your timePractical (and profitable) ways to sell unused items in your homeTips to eliminate debt and curb consumptionStep-by-step upcycling projects that transform old, unwanted furniture into beautiful, customized organizing systemsDozens of exercises that help you identify and honor your talents, values, and goals As Cristin says, “success is getting what we want.” Let this book show you how to let go of what’s holding you back so you can put your energy into your dreams and interests and build your success.