We want different💯
There is no freedom without financial freedom. Refuse to be a slave to debt in a system that profits off of your loss. Most want to impress people by buying depreciating assets.
My goal is to own land, go off the grid, live simply, contribute to the healing of the planet, teach my daughter to grow her own food and flourish.
Learn about yourself to uncover what truly holds value in life and remember “A man in debt is so far a slave”-Emerson #financialeducation#financialfreedom#freedom
It is every parents DREAM to provide their children the best education they can afford. But how much does that dream costs? 🏦
Tuition fee increases an average of 7-9% per annum. Excluded are baon, transpo, books, miscellaneous etc. 20 years from now tuition fees could range in the .5M+ range. 🏫🚌🎨🥪📚📒 You can start saving for it NOW by putting your savings on an investment vehicle that can give you potentially higher returns while being insured, so that your children’s education doesn’t have to stop when the inevitable happens.
But my son/daughter will be a SCHOLAR? Then GREAT! You can use your savings for putting up a business, or as a travel fund, health fund, or retirement fund! ✈️🚘🏌🏻♂️🏥🛤 Let’s create a plan for you 👍🏻 Send me a message.
Ask your trusted financial consultant now. Let me help you plan ahead. Message me now. 😊
Isn’t delayed gratification a hallmark of the shrewd investor 🤔?
Well, I won’t be shy about admitting just how difficult it can be to wait for your favorite stocks to go on sale 😬!
I currently find myself in this very pickle when it comes to the paper-based dividend aristocrat, Kimberly-Clark (NYSE: KMB). The company is best known for its paper products and powerful brands, like Huggies, Kleenex, Cottonelle, and Kotex.
With names like those in its product portfolio, it’s no wonder many investors see KMB as a high-quality recession-proof stock 💪🏼.
However, diving into this bluechip’s 2018 annual report, I found evidence that KMB could be overvalued at current levels 😟. Operating profits across all business segments have generally plateaued or sank in recent years. But with the stock near all time highs, you’d never know it unless you opened your critical eye 👁!
While I do believe KMB is a high-quality dividend stock, I believe there will be a better time down the road to pick up shares.
But what do you think? Is KMB overvalued right now? Or does the bluechip still have room to run? Comment below 👇🏼!
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Different type of generational wealth.
The 25 wealthiest dynasties on the planet control $1.4 trillion. At the top of the list is the Walton family.
The fortune of the clan behind Walmart has swelled by $39 billion, to $191 billion, since topping the June 2018 ranking of the world’s richest families. Via: Bloomberg
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Is this you? 79% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. Let’s talk about your options!
An extra $500 per month can help you and I have a solution. You don’t have to continue to live in the negative.
Text “EXTRA INCOME” to 980-279-0192
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Prepare the next generation by:
1. Giving them economic advantage
2. Giving them a rich-mindset
3. Value for your hardwork and the wealth that came with it
Can you share some tips on financial education for kids?
How do you personally prepare your kids in handling finances?
Leave a comment below.
1 21 hour ago
Are you interested in learning HOW money actually works? It took me all these years to finally know how money works FOR ME...
Let's educate and empower ourselves with financial education...
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0 21 hour ago
Investing is not easy, building a business is not easy, LIFE is not easy. But those that “make it” make it look easy. You can damn well be sure they put in hours upon hours failing, learning, taking action, reading until the breakthrough came. That’s the game we all need to play. The hard work gets done in the dark. The glory comes in the light...
Some of us are the breadwinner of our family. In some situation, even we are not even married, we need to take care our parents, sibling, or even grand parents.
Being breadwinner can be quite stressful. Especially when we compare our life to others who seem living their live for their own. Go travelling around the world, the seems to have a lot of things to spend on themselves.
If only we don't have this 'burdern' and can live the way of our dream.
It's very common to feel discourage and stress out about breadwinner situation.
But how if I tell you that those cherry picked beautiful life we saw from others IG post might have ugly truth. They might smile in the picture because they know next month their credit card bill is gonna be 🤯
But there is more than that. Being a breadwinner with proper money management, you still be able to enjoy your life. Situation even educate you to take responsible very seriously. I never feel suprise that breadwinner usually have a thriving careed or business.
Rather than have a wishy washy wish if only you are not a breadwinner for your family, why don't you reframe your situation.
You already know how to earn money, now it's time to learn how to MANAGE your money.
How to live your dream life while not put aside a responsible we already have in our shoulder.
It's not easy. But it's doable.
Breadwinner is the chosen one.
And the universe choose YOU!
this post is inspired by @hellomentorcha IG story I saw sometimes ago :) PS: I have 3 spot for my 90 days Millenial Money Mastery 1 on 1 coaching. Feel free to hop on a call with me and discuss how can I help you have a no anxiety and happy financial life. The booking link is in my bio 😘
If you have questions about medical debt and your credit report, don't miss last week's NCVTV episode on YouTube/ncvtv or newcashview . com! ***For 5 Student Loan Debt Tips, click on the link in my profile!
2 02 hours ago
Success is a must.
FX and Crypto are my thing.
Invest $1000 and get back $5000
Invest $5000and get back $25100
Hi I’m Derek Condon. A Financial Advisor with Haven Wealth Management. Earlier this year I quit a good job in engineering to pursue something I’m very passionate about, investing.
I believe there’s a huge lack of education about investing, financial planning, and good financial habits in general. So hopefully, I can help teach you some stuff and provide some guidance in an industry that doesn’t have the cleanest track record. I always hate to see or hear about someone in a bad spot because they were misinformed.
I’m also going to be ‘documenting the process’. As I said earlier, I quit a good paying, benefits provided job, to start from $0/year salary to build something for myself. I’ve jumped into in head first and am finding a way for myself in an industry with a 12% success rate.
So whether your here to learn something, see if I can build a sustainable business, or by accident, I’m glad you’re here and hopefully you find a positive takeaway!
The habit of saving is itself an education; it fosters every virtue, teaches self-denial, cultivates the sense of order, trains to forethought, and so broadens the mind. --T.T. Munger
2 12 hours ago
Congratulations to our very own Financial Advisor, Maria Paula Barredo for being an AXA FNA Master!
In AXA, we strongly believe that what matters most is the quality of Financial Advise that our FAs give to our clients.
In our desire to be the best in the market, we don’t just train and certify our Financial Advisors. We want them to be a cut above the rest.
We had another great Financial Literacy Workshop with the @cbcfinc on Friday! Megan Brinsfield from @themotleyfoolofficial offered tips on "Reducing Your Tax Burden," and Lori Auxier of #thecollegeplace discussed "Reducing Student Loan Debt." Britepaths and @fecsoco are honored to have been invited to coordinate speakers for this great summer workshop series for CBCF's summer interns, including two of our wonderful Financial Literacy volunteers.
To achieve wealth, you need to look below the surface.
And we mean, REALLY look.
Dig deep. "Don't look at what the wealthy are doing today, but what they did to create wealth in the first place." Ryan D.Lee
Learn more in our video "How to Create Wealth?"
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In our last post we promised to show you what having your $1000 saved can do. Before we start, we have a correction from the first post. According to gobankingrates.com " 57% of Americans don't even have $1000 saved up". .
Now that we covered that let's get into what could happen and how that $1000 put up is going to save you stress, time and money!!!!
Let's go over 3 major what we call "Life happens events" that affect us all.
1. Emergency plane ticket
3.New Tires $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
What happens when we don't have the funds?
Answer:We use our credit cards, which isn't an issue unless you can't pay the balance before the due date.
Car repair and new tires combined can run you into the thousands so that $1000 saved pays off!!! When you have to take and unexpected trip, same day at times it can be pricey. $1000 saved keeps you from heartbreak and not taking the flight.
We can work with you to find at least $100-150 per month to work your way up to your $1000. It can be done!! Dm us for our appointment schedule. We'd love you work with you to get results.
1 44 hours ago
Veja como é simples investir no exterior, não precisa ser um grande empresário!
Acesse nossa área de investimento no exterior em Bastter.com/mercado/stock.
In order to become rich, you obviously have to make money.
But the biggest factor to why most people are broke are often not because of the amount of money they make.
It’s because they keep wasting the money that they bring in.
In order to become financially free you’ll need to learn how to manage your money and become financially literate.
Study your expenses and cut them down as much as you possibly can.
You need to be willing to sacrifice the short term fun and live below your means if your goal is to retire young & have financial freedom.
Tag a friend that needs to see this!
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Priced at $34.23, you’d be able to purchase 146 shares in AT&T with approx $5,000. Their current quarterly dividend is $0.51, so $2.04 per year, providing $297.84 in total dividends from the 146 shares in 1 year 🔥
The share price could also increase (or decrease) to provide capital gains on the 146 shares. Say it increased by 1 dollar you’d be sitting on capital gains of $146 (146 x $1) 💰
This is not financial advice, just an example of how many shares you could purchase and subsequent dividends you could earn. Remember, share prices can decrease as well as increase, and dividends can be reduced or worse, cut!