MONEY RULES - Rule your money or your money will rule you
Your money is YOUR responsibility. If you won't take the time to figure out how it works, you shouldn't be surprised when it doesn't work for YOU.
A lot of people out there are going to try to get your money to work for them. Retailers want you to spend it. Bankers want you to borrow and pay them interest. Investment advisors want you to put your money where it does their sales targets the most good.
You’re working hard for your money. Don’t you want to put that money to use for YOU ? Don't you want it to serve YOUR needs and wants?
Money Rules is the truth about what you need to know about money, and who’s going to try to pull one over on you. Some of these rules debunk older rules that should never have been rules because they’re wrong. Some are misunderstandings that we think are rules because they’re repeated so often. And some of the rules are plain ol’ common sense.
I want to show you how to turn common sense into money in the bank.
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