Monthly Archives: January 2012

A Simple Cash Flow Strategy that You can Follow

Simple personal cash flow management beats out a complicated one every single time. You’ve probably met your share of people who have a lot of complicated knowledge about personal finance and all these ideas about how to achieve financial freedom,

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Do you need Momentum to Succeed with your Personal Financial Plan

If you already have your simple personal cash flow plan and are working towards financial freedom, you might find that staying on track is the hardest part. I talk to people all the time who know what they need to

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Posted in Maintaining Wealth

Three Reasons to Keep a Spending Journal

Keeping a spending journal is one of the most important financial decisions that you’ll ever make.┬áSo why don’t more people keep track of what they’re spending? Chances are if you’re not keeping a spending journal right now you’ve either never

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Posted in Preparing for Wealth, Retaining Wealth

How to Control Your Spending and Stick With Your Financial Plan

Even with a simple personal cash flow plan like the four bucket financial system, there are times when you might find it difficult to stick with your commitment. Many people find themselves working towards financial freedom and doing very well,

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Posted in Preparing for Wealth

Why Your Attitude Matters

When it comes to achieving financial freedom, you need more than just a simple personal cash flow plan and the desire to make it work…you also need the right attitude about money. What you’re about to read is something which

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Posted in Developing Wealth, Preparing for Wealth

Three Personal Cash Flow Strategies for Financial Freedom

Personal cash flow strategies will always need to be a part of your financial plan. You’ve probably realized by now that no matter how much wealth you have, you’ll always have expenses. Even if it’s only the expenses which you

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How is Your Credit Score? The Role of Your Credit in Achieving Financial Freedom

Many people who are interested in achieving financial freedom are asking about the role that their credit plays in the process. This can be a complicated issue unless you have a solid understanding of the proper way to use credit,

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Posted in Developing Wealth, Personal Income

How Tightly Do You Have to Manage Your Personal Finances?

A simple personal cash flow plan is always better than one which is complicated, difficult to understand and even more difficult to live on. Too many times, people over complicate their personal cash flow plans and try to draw in

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Posted in Retaining Wealth

How to Put a Stop to Spending Habits That Break You

Are you realizing that you need to control spending more than you need to get out of debt or to increase your personal cash flow? If so, you’ve already come a long way in comparison to the general population. Many

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Why Real Estate Investing is One of the Best Strategies For Increasing Personal Wealth

Using property investments to increase personal wealth is the smartest and most practical strategy, and if you want to become financially secure or even rich, it’s the best thing going…and it always will be. Why such a bold statement? Well,

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