BEHIND THE CURTAIN: A BEHIND THE SCENESLOOK AT THE SECRET SCIENCE OF MONEY
Build and Protect your Wealth by Creating an Environment for your Money. We live in one of the most educated countries in the world, yet we are largely fi nancially illiterate as a group. Few of us even balance our checkbooks or adhere to a monthly budget. Our top colleges and schools off er few courses on basic fi nancial life skills. What Types of health, auto and life insurance should we select? What is the right way to fi nance my home? Which debts should I pay off fi rst? How should I fi nance my car purchases? Not everyone gets into an Ivy League School…but anyone can benefi t from an Ivy League Education.Stop guessing and make confi dent money decisions. Imagine a life where money doesn’t cause you any worry, confusion or anxiety. Imagine a world where we all understand the science of money. A life where there is no fear surrounding money and personal fi nance. Imagine a life where you are in control of your money…and your money is not in control of you! It begins with creating an environment for your wealth to grow. This book off ers you a glimpse behind the curtain, at the secret science of money. The Rich Keep Getting Richer Now You Can Too! ...Learn How. Tired of market ups and downs? You’ll need to learn how to create an environment for your money, to build your wealth in any fi nancial market cycle. Learn how to avoid many common fi nancial pitfalls. Dispel fi nancial myths and rules of thumb once and for all. Learn the Secrets of the Wealthy from an Ivy League insider. Grow and Protect Your Wealth using a few basic rules.Eliminate Money Transfers to others and learn how to recover many of your tax, insurance and investment costs. Learn how to get others to help fund your Retirement & Minimize your exposure to unnecessary taxes. Learn how to get some of your insurance premiums back… with interest! This book can pay for itself many times over.
The author shows us how to keep more of what we earn. The cost of a college education rises 5-6% per year. Public colleges provide a cheaper alternative than private colleges. The next biggest cash outflows are for home finance, retirement savings and the payment of income taxes. The most important thing we can do is to prepare a budget to monitor the sources and uses of cash. There are some very … more
For most people, the best thing that they can do about improving their financial health is to simply spend some time performing a realistic and honest analysis of what they are doing. As Soltis so rightly points out, repeated many times over an extended period, even a $1-$2 savings can add up to a substantial amount. When considering whether to finance a major purchase or to pay cash, it is necessary to factor in what the money would earn if it were to be invested rather than spent. Unfortunately, … more