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Mar

17

2015

Can You Buy Real Estate With No Cash or Credit?


 
Investing in real estate (and no, I don’t mean “home ownership”) is a very viable way to increase your income. However, there are some major obstacles to doing so. One is your credit, and another is finding the money to put down on a loan.

But what if there was a way to purchase real estate with no cash, and no credit check? In this lecture, delivered at the University of Central Florida Real Estate School, Phil Pustejovsky explains how you can do just that. If you are interested in investing in real estate, this is well worth your time.

Mar

4

2015

How To Go Broke

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In the past I have spoken on things like how to become financially independent, but today I will talk about how to be broke! Why do I want to talk about this? It’s very simple.

There are some people who learn by being taught how to do something, and then there are others who learn by seeing what NOT to do. Read through this material carefully, and you may see yourself in it.

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Written in easy-to-understand style, the book shows you easy-to-implement strategies that are guaranteed to help you maintain (or even improve) your standard of living while drastically cutting costs.

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Originally posted 2009-02-24 02:53:52.

Mar

4

2015

Understanding Defined Benefit and Defined Contribution Pension Plans

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In this video, Shaun Humphries B. Admin, CFP reviews both Defined Benefit (DB) and Defined Contribution (DC) pension plans. How they work and the pros and cons of each type of plan.

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Originally posted 2012-12-04 17:46:37.

Mar

4

2015

Hidden Currency Exchange Fees Exposed

 

 

 

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Rob Rawson
Rob Rawson is a co-founder of a global recruitment platform (Staff.com), where you can find talented staff at affordable rates. They also have Time Doctor which is a software you can use to improve productivity and help keep track and know what your team is working on, even when you are working from home.
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Feb

26

2015

The Silver Bomb

 
 


 

 
Here’s an new interview with Michael McDonald co-author of the new book ‘The Silver Bomb: Beyond the Return of Metal as Money’. This book is a comprehensive and shocking must-read, especially for folks to whom this information is new – and for folks who feel so beaten up by the Bankster cartel’s paper games that they’re ready to bail on the physical silver story altogether. “$500+ silver IS coming” says Michael, “Million dollar silver is even possible when measured in worthless dollars”.

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The content in my videos and on the SGTbull07 channel are provided for informational purposes only. Use the information found in my videos as a starting point for conducting your own research and conduct your own due diligence (DD) BEFORE making any significant investing decisions. SGTbull07 assumes all information to be truthful and reliable; however, I cannot and do not warrant or guarantee the accuracy of this information. Thank you.

Originally posted 2013-10-06 18:20:54.

Feb

26

2015

Matt Mason’s Interview With Mint.com

 

Personal Finance Blogs - Matt Mason's Mint.com Interview

Recently I was contacted about doing an expert interview as part of the Personal Finance Interview Series on Mint.com. I really appreciated the opportunity. Below is the discussion that took place. The dialogue was on “Why You Need To Invest.” However the interview was much more comprehensive than that.

Among subjects discussed were; common mental stumbling blocks in personal finance, what aspect of personal finance everyone should know, why debt is so pervasive in today’s society and how to avoid it, what trends in personal finance we should keep and eye on, and much more.

Matt Mason's Mint.com Interview

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Feb

25

2015

Wanna Be Broke? Go To College!

 
 


 
ScholarSlip: The Student Debt Crisis

Determined to speak up about America’s crumbling higher education system, three students at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism rallied the voices of an indebted generation. The trio of aspiring journalists—Alex Lancial, Tara Molina and Jake Stein— produced a documentary entitled “Scholarslip”. The 26-minute production examines the student debt crisis in the United States and delves into issues local to Arizona.

Illustrated through the voices of student debtors as well as university and government policymakers, “Scholarslip” explores five critical issues: increasing costs of tuition; deteriorating quality of higher education; diminishing value of a college degree in the job market; student dependence on state and federal financial assistance; and the effects on personal lives and aspirations.

Lancial, Molina and Stein entered and documented the lives of three university students, each experiencing different personal and financial struggles yet sharing a common desire to pursue a college degree. Also featured are testimonies from John Kavanaugh, a representative in the Arizona legislature; Kent Hopkins, the Vice Provost of Enrollment at Arizona State University; and Natalia Abrams, a co-founder of Student Debt Crisis and Occupy Colleges.

“Scholarslip” presents a generation under siege, challenging a seemingly out-of-control system that is sending millions into interminable debt.

Alex Lancial: Director of Photography, Graphics Editor, Assistant Editor, Videographer, Assistant Producer
Tara Molina: Producer, Assistant Director, Assistant Editor, Videographer
Jake Stein: Director, Editor, Videographer, Assistant Producer

Originally posted 2013-09-29 00:58:20.

Feb

25

2015

Some Local Governments Make Collecting Rainwater Illegal

 

Living Off The Grid – Collecting Rainwater Illegal?

Are you looking to save some money by growing your own garden, or harvesting rainwater? If so, the “International Government” may shut you down because they consider you a threat… to yourself of course. And the government wants to protect you from yourself.

Consider the case of Robin Speronis who was booted from her home because she would not hook up to the municipal water supply, or Gary Harrington who was thrown in jail for collecting rainwater. These clips have some very interesting and disturbing info about what is going on in our society today.

 

Feb

2

2015

Do You Need A Financial Expert?

A lot of people out there may be interested in hiring someone to do their finances for them, but they are not sure which way to turn. Then there are others who are not in the least bit looking toward getting any financial help.

Either way, I would urge everybody to consider this material, because I think that this has an important message that pinpoints one of the underlining issues on why people may need financial assistance in the first place.

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The following website will teach you how to become debt free in as little as 3-5 years using this unknown military strategy. Now is the time to become free from bondage.

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Originally posted 2008-12-29 23:35:53.

Feb

2

2015

Being Bamboozled Out of Property Taxes?


 
http://www.freedommentor.com/property… Are you paying too much in property taxes?

If you own a home, or own a property, then you pay property tax. But are you paying too much? There is a good chance that you are. But how do you know?

In this video, Phil Pustejovsky (of freedommentor.com) shows how property taxes are calculated, how local governments work, why you may be paying more property tax than you should and (most importantly) what you can do about it.



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