"Why aren't I as rich as I desire so desperately to be?" Many Americans ask this question of themselves constantly. Some die without ever realizing their wealth potential. They live their entire lives not knowing the real path to wealth because the path has been kept hidden in plain sight, right before their very eyes since the inception of the United States. The bestselling Secrets Millionaires Want You To Know exposes concealed, income-producing practices of the wealthy that you can apply to your life right now. Some of the ultra-rich may be your next door neighbor, live in modest homes, or drive Priuses. Conversely, extravagant millionaires are living in New York, living in million dollar homes, and driving $3 million dollar supercars. These ultra-millionaires toss caution to the wind and live life to the hilt. Whether you want to be a low-key millionaire spending only $8 on haircuts, cut coupons, and live on a budget, or an amplified one that is able to purchase $150 million dollar Modigliani paintings, million dollar real estate, or million dollar Bugattis, the choice is yours. According to the author, most people, including past proponents of how you get rich, such as other wealth management authors and celebrities, have it all wrong about how you become wealthy in America. Everything you know or have been taught by your Rich Dad about becoming rich are horribly misguided myths. Think you need a millionaire mindset? Think again. Think you need to be the richest person in Babylon? Not true. Think and Grow Rich? Yes. With Napoleon Hill as inspiration, the author of this groundbreaking, myth-busting juggernaut, after decades of bona fide research, blows the lid off heavily guarded, secret financial strategies of the rich and explains in thoughtful detail the actual, real-life steps America's wealthy employ to create and to repetitiously create extraordinary income and assets.
"Takaful benda terakhir yang anda cari semasa hidup, tetapi benda pertama yang keluarga anda cari selepas anda mati." Memang mudah untuk memahami ayat tersebut, tetapi berapa ramai yang boleh bayangkan akibat tidak mempunyai perlindungan yang cukup, atau tiada perlindungan langsung?
Jika kita pergi secara tiba-tiba, tahukah anda bahawa hibah takaful lebih cepat dicairkan berbanding harta pusaka anda?
Takaful tidak terhad kepada kad perubatan seperti yang selalu dipromosikan sesetengah ejen. Yang lebih penting, hibah untuk keluarga dan penyelesaian hutang, dan juga pengganti pendapatan.
Belum ada perlindungan? Nak semak semula perlindungan yang ada? Tanya saya. Boleh tanya kawan atau saudara, tapi lebih baik bertanya kepada pakar bidang.
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The average #millennial will spend over $200,000 on rent before buying a house — but Gen Z will spend even more
It's no surprise that rent is more expensive for millennials than it was for baby boomers
But soaring rent costs will hit Generation Z the hardest, those born between 1998 and 2016, according to new analysis from HotPads, a Zillow Group site
Even when adjusted for inflation, today's youngest adults will spend more on rent in their lifetime than their predecessors, according to the report. Members of Gen Z will spend an average of $226,000 on rent before ever owning a home
That tops older generations, surpassing the $202,000 millennials will end up spending on rent, and the average $148,900 baby boomers spent on rent before becoming homeowners after adjusting for inflation
But while Gen Z will spend more money on rent in their lifetime - paying a median of $1,710 a month - HotPads estimates the younger generation will be quicker to buy homes than millennials. Baby boomers spent an average of 10 years renting before buying, Gen Z will spend 11 years, and millennials will spend 12 years renting
"While there are a lot of unknowns about how the American economy will evolve over the coming decades as Generation Z grows into adulthood, if historical trends hold, the long-term forecast right now suggests that Generation Z is likely to benefit from a stronger job market than millennials," said HotPads economist Joshua Clark
Clark also said that "while rising rents and home values mean that it won't be as easy for Generation Z to become homeowners as it was for baby boomers, they should get there sooner than millennials did."
HotPads analyzed government data and its own rental data to determine how much total rent each generation paid or will pay in their lifetime before becoming homeowners, as well as how many years they spent or will spend renting. HotPads based their projections on data for the average person in the median birth year of each generation - 1954 for baby boomers, 1987 for millennials, and 2002 for Gen Z. They also assumed renters begin paying rent at age 20.
Thank you so much to @ctvottawamorninglive for having myself and Joe Warner on your show today. It was great to chat to @annettegoerner about the 15th Annual Let's Take a Swing at Cancer golf tournament. Ottawa's 15th Annual "Let's Take a Swing at Cancer" tournament is brought to you by Gifford & Associates, Ed Hansen of Hansen Lawn and Gardens Inc., Steve Lacroix of A. Lacroix Heavy Equipment Rentals, Pro Printers, and myself. Over the past 14 years, we have raised over $300,000 for the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation, and this year we hope to raise even more!
For the third year in a row the tournament will take place at the Stonebridge Golf Club and will be held on Thursday, June 7th. Once again, the fabulous Lianne Laing will be acting as MC. Lianne continues to be a generous participant in the tournament and has been for many years! To learn more about sponsoring, donating, or participating in the event, check out the link in our bio. #swingforcancer#curecancer#wealthmanagement
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“I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.” -James Dean
So today you have seen I attended a business networking event in Birmingham with one of our September speakers @spearheadelearning@toppainsta
Met some really inspiring and knowledgeable people who have given me new ideas and people who have opened my mind to the different forms of social media we can use.
I've learnt some new bits today that I will now implement into the business.
Networking events are great for meeting others in the community, to see what else goes on and to see who could possibly help improve you and your business.
The September event will be full of businesses from the community along with people from all over the UK! People from all walks of life who have so many different experiences to bring.
DON'T MISS IT!
Blaaahhhhh!!!! 🤣🤣😂😂 Well I will say that I am not as old as the person that posted this. I was too young to own a beeper. BUT I am old enough to know what all of this is and I have used PAYPHONES on multiple occasions. 🤣🤣😂😂
Are you a former pager/beeper user? When is the last time you used a payphone? Lol🤣
Have you checked out my video on YouTube? Did you like, share, and subscribe? If not what are you waiting on friend?! Click the link ☝️🏽.
Regrann from @tammepha - 💁🏽♀️💅🏾 something many of you know nothing about 😆 #70sbaby
‘Tis the wedding season! In my last blog post, “On the Same Page”, I mentioned that when Uncle Marc and I were first married at age 23, one of our key practices to successful money management was ONE JOINT BANK ACCOUNT. 🏦
My nephew later asked me to share more about my thoughts on this. I told him that I have seen over the years that things often get “messy” and mismanaged when married couples spend and save money separately/with multiple accounts.🙁. I’ve heard couples often saying: “I don’t really know exactly how much we have right now, what bills are due, or where our money is going.”
Ever since we were first married in 1994😊, one person was in charge of paying ALL bills out of our one-and-only joint account, but both of us knew how much money we had at all times. We were both accountable for anything and everything to do with this account. It was OURS. Any thoughts on this?🤔