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I took time to jots down a couple of thoughts regarding finances. Finance is not only a sensitive subject but its also a struggle for most people to manage, understand, or sustain.
Sometimes you try really hard and still failed to realize whatever is it you want to accomplish. It could be a business or financial stability. Remember one thing, as long you keep learning from your failures, dust yourself up and continue on your path you will see nothing in this world is unattainable. My methods for all my blogs can be applied to just about anything you might come across.
Certain things in life has nothing to do about your level of education or how much money you have in the bank. It’s about what you put in to get to where you are right now. People often search for the world but only manage to do the…
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What do you see yourself doing when you think about retirement? where do you see yourself?
All we talk about is saving and saving a lot of money for tomorrow. While we often fail to ask the obvious question, what are you saving for? Are you going to travel? eat out every night or being generous to kids and grandkids?
Are you considering of putting a down payment on a house or a car for the kids or grandkids? Or help getting that priceless weeding? All those questions matters, you need to answer them while saving for stabilize future.
A lot of people now days are moving to different countries, for many reasons: to pronlong their financial longevity and to escape cold weather. As it’s cheaper to live abroad not to mention the beaches and it’s always 75°. Keep in mind beyond retirement there is other decision you and your…
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I’m not good at everything most definitely not an expert in finance but My wife and my kids can tell you how great and awesome husband and dad I am. With a 2 and 5 years old things at the house can be quite a challenge with toys everywhere, making breakfast, and get them ready for bed.
To show them how much we love them in my opinion is to equip them for a better future. With good education, support, and the possibility to accomplish everything they’ve dreamed of. The number one thing I always tell myself is for my kids to have everything I didn’t have without spoiling them with everything they do have. I try to teach them to be humbled and also making sure they appreciate the smallest things life has to offer.
Kids always receive gifts from grandparents, other family members and friends. Those gifts often…
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