There are several ways to graduate with less or no debt. At the root of decreasing the need to take on debt to advance one’s education are planning, time and diligence. Here are some things to consider.
Even with the abundance of opportunity at our fingertips there is still a pervasive sense of lack in our society. Increasing abundance of opportunity has not resulted in increasing satisfaction or happiness. Why is that?
A disheartening consequence of having unmanageable “bad” debt is delay in attaining goals and dreams.
Buy things that will appreciate in value. When you can leverage your time and your money and then put your money to work, you are on the road to riches.
A mortgage payment can be thought of much like a new boyfriend or girlfriend; there is so much more than meets the eye. Sure you know you have the mortgage payment, but stop to consider everything else that comes with it.
It is possible to get started in real estate investing with little to no money out of pocket. Even some of the most successful real estate investors began with hardly any money to their name.
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Coinciding with the most massive transfer of wealth in perhaps the history of the world is a new approach to wealth management. But you don’t have to have a silver spoon in your mouth for the same principles to apply to you.
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