Personal Finance: A Rewarding Money Management System
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There's a large disconnect in the world right now. People can't see that buying a Starbucks coffee everyday is costing them HUGE amounts of money. They're asking the wrong questions, "will buying this coffee ruin my finances today?" Of course not! But, overtime it will.
It's easy to save for retirement, but it's also just as easy not to do. It's easy to save 10% of your salary into your 401k, but it's also easy not to do. The difference between successful people and not is they actually put in the work. They recognize that small wins, compounded over many years equal success.
The average person works 215 days a year for 40 years. They might buy a $2 coffee before work, they might buy a lunch at work every day too. These can be seen as bad habits formed early in their career.
Did you know that if you bought a $3 coffee before work for 40 years, you've spent $25,800 on coffee? That doesn't even account for inflation. Or if you bought a lunch every day for $7 at work for 40 years, you've spent $60,200.
Combine both of that spending, and you've neglected to put in over $85,000 into your retirement fund over 40 years.
That's only 2 small changes. If you learn how to cook, you can eat better tasting food and be healthier too. It's the power of compounding good habits over time. It's easy to do on a daily basis, but it's easy not to do.
Do you want to be successful? Learn the correct philosophy when it comes to money management. Make the necessary changes to build better daily habits. This will compound over time and lead to more financial freedom and happiness in life.
You'll discover many rewarding money management strategies that will take your personal finances to the next stage of your life.
There's no better day than today to take action and create a better life for yourself by enrolling in the course now.
Who is the target audience?
- Students who are currently investing for retirement and want to learn more
- Students who are in debt and need to start saving money
- Students who want to start, and build a credit history
- You should not take this course if you want to get rich quickly
- Should be willing to build an emergency fund before investing
- Should be willing to live below their means and save money
- Students must have a brokerage account before investing
- You'll learn how to get out of debt
- You'll create a monthly budget and use the budget worksheet given in the course
- You'll understand retirement planning
- You'll understand basic investment strategies
- You'll understand how your credit score works
- You'll build your credit score from the ground up and increase it too
- Buy a car with minimal human contact, negotiations, and stress
Introduction to Personal Finance
Calculating Your Net Worth
Calculating Your Real Hourly Wage
Calculating Expenses for Your Life Energy
Calculating Your Monthly Budget
Paying off Debt
Building an Emergency Fund
Advice on Financial Advisors
Questions About Investing
Increasing Credit Score
Renting vs. Owning Property
Types of Mortgages
Advice for Teenagers
Guide to Buying a Car