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10

2015

Federal Housing Finance Agency Stops Home Ownership!


 
Ladies and Gentlemen: The Federal Housing Finance Agency is supposed to be there to preserve home ownership in America. However, the FHFA is “subsidizing” something that has nothing to do with someone owning a home.

In this clip, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) puts the FHFA on blast and questions why we follow a policy that profits the U.S. Government billions of dollars, often at the expense of home ownership.

Dec

15

2014

30 Ways To Save Gas

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Brought to you by Consumer Reporter, Asa Aarons. This video contains tips on how to save gas money. And while each way may save you a small amount, using all of them can add up to significant savings.

Car maintenance, air filter, do it yourself, check for error / damages, winter summer tires, junk in trunk, fill up when cold, shade, lighter color/colored car, park in shade, tight, recommended gas, air conditioning, better milage, speed limit, wasting, weave, wheels, discount, 3 days before holiday, wait until near empty, member beniefts, credit cards, cash, public transportation

Originally posted 2013-10-26 21:55:12.

Dec

15

2014

Don’t Raise Broke Children!

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All of us that have kids want the absolute best for our children. We want them to have a better life than us. This is often the case in finance. But the problem is that we often don’t know how to teach our kids money. So we leave it up to “chance.” And “changes are” that just won’t work.

On this episode of On The Money, Maria Lukban talks about how and when to teach our kids about money. She also speaks briefly on In Trust Accounts and elaborates on other methods for teaching children personal finance.

Originally posted 2013-09-08 18:03:04.

Dec

15

2014

Debt Season

Oh Yes! It is getting around about that time. What time am I talking about? Debt Season. You can also call it the Holiday Season Hangover. Right now people are sitting back and looking at their debt and how long it will take them to get out.

But this problem is bigger than just us little ole consumers. This whole country is struggling. How bad is the problem? I would urge everybody to consider this material. We will talk about the debt problem, and then we will talk about some debt solutions.

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Learn about the techniques and remedies that stop the foreclosure on your property which have been hidden from us for over 75 years. Attorneys can’t tell you these secrets!

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Originally posted 2009-01-27 02:42:02.

Dec

15

2014

Automate Your Personal Finances


 
Personal finance in and of itself is not really a difficult thing to master. But it can be tedious. And unfortunately, most people just don’t want to deal with it (cutting coupons, balancing checkbooks, etc.). But what if you could do all of this on autopilot?

In this short video, Ramit Sethi (author of “I Will Teach You To Be Rich”) discusses how to automate your personal finance accounts in 12 minutes.

For more videos, strategies, and tactics like these, visit http://www.iwillteachyoutoberich.com/

Dec

7

2014

Should You Buy A Home or Rent?

To all of my faithful subscribers, you are certainly familiar with the very first article that you received once you subscribed to Free Your Mind Online. This article was The Conspiracy of Home Loanership. There are a lot of people who have gotten the idea that I am against buying a home and I certainly am not.

So when should you buy? If you have bought… should you keep?

Consider the following.

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This book has hundreds of little known inside business secrets.  Find out how to stop a tax audit, how to stop a lawsuit and three ways to get anybody to loan you money even if you have bad credit and have been turned down by the bank.

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Originally posted 2010-02-01 05:14:12.

Dec

7

2014

Frugality is Dangerous!

A while back, I wrote an article admonishing those who had the idea that being frugal somehow meant not living life to the fullest and hoarding money.  Today, I would like to talk about the “Other Side” of Frugality.  You see, frugality is a beautiful thing, but it can also be dangerous!

What do I mean by this?  Consider the following.

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Looking to purchase a home or a car?  Your credit score can save you thousands and thousands of dollars over the years.  Learn how to massively improve your credit score and get the best long term rates anywhere.

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Originally posted 2010-03-01 05:16:28.

Dec

7

2014

Saving Money For College

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Last month we discussed ways to teach children personal finance.  This month I will take it a step further and talk about some ways that can aid you in paying for your kids college education.

Tuition costs are getting out of control these days.  So if you have or know someone who has kids, then you will want to check this out.

Saving Money For College

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Originally posted 2012-03-31 19:42:18.

Dec

7

2014

How To Capitalize On An Accident Lawsuit When You Have Little Time And Money

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When people say that America has become a litigious society, they say so with good reason. The United States Courts recorded over 350,000 civil lawsuit filings during 2011. Winning a lawsuit, however, is much easier said than done, and nine out of ten lawsuits are settled and never make it to court. Since you may only get a fraction of what you file for, when should you consider settling if you are a single parent or on a limited income?

Consult Aggressively

Anyone who has watched television, picked up a phone book, or sat on a bus bench knows how easy it is to get in touch with an attorney who can help to win a suit or settle a case after a personal injury. Car crashes in the USA result in $100 billion dollars changing hands each year, according to the Center for Disease Control. A lawyer helps you to maximize the money you can get from your claim. Go to as many free consultations as your schedule allows in order to find the most experienced lawyer with the most successful track record of dealing with insurance companies and motor vehicle accidents. Remember that all tort attorneys work on contingency, so you need not put any money into the case. Likewise, remember that nothing is given in the legal world, so steer clear of any lawyer who makes promises like a sack of potatoes.

The Benefits Of Settling

A single parent or a person on a limited income may not think they have the financial resources to contest a settlement and get the money they feel they deserve. This can become even more stressful when there are medical bills but no health insurance on one party or the other, or even worse- no insurance at all. The Insurance Information Institution reports that some 14% of drivers have no insurance whatsoever. Is it worth it to enter into a lawsuit with someone who can’t even afford coverage? The decision to settle or not is never set in stone, but since the vast majority of cases do end up in a settlement (some ninety percent), you should be wary of a lawyer who wants to aggressively pursue a trial option.

Time And Money Management

When you need money now, you either need to settle now or take out a loan in order to pursue a lawsuit. A trial can last several years, with an appeal taking even longer to determine. When you believe you can capitalize upon your case by pursuing a lawsuit, consider taking out a legal loan in order to pay for expenses between now and the date of the findings. You can find loan funding information at AnyLawsuits.com, or other similar resources, in order to determine whether or not the advantage of pursuing a legal decision outweighs the money available immediately from a settlement. Remember that you may need to plan months or even years ahead when you budget out the costs of a civil claim.

Rick Miller
Rick has been restoring old cars since he first learned how to turn a wrench. His pride and joy is a souped up 1966 Ford Mustang.

Originally posted 2013-11-08 20:41:00.

Dec

7

2014

The Life-Changing Class You Never Took


 
When I first started this newsletter, I attempted to help people (especially young individuals) to understand how people end up getting “STUCK” in financial limbo by doing a story called, “The Middle Class Matrix.”

In this short video Alexa Von Tobel (founder and CEO of LearnVest.com) does the same. Very interesting information. In order to get out of a problem, one must understand how they got into it.



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