5 tips to build wealth and get rich

5 Tips to Get Rich and Build Wealth

Money making ways to get rich. Get rich one step at a time with these 5 proven tips. I remember, decades ago, scrimping and saving for the future. Living well beneath our moderate salary and saving and investing for the future. Decades later, the results are astounding. During the life of our family, we made hard decisions. We focused on slashing the costs of the big ticket items, such as our home and cars, as well as the smaller ones:

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Is secular stagnation upon us? Larry Summers thinks that it is

Should You Be Worried About Secular Stagnation? Larry Summers Is

Larry Summers is Worried About the Economy-Should You Be Worried Too? As we approach the mid-point of 2016 there’s abundant conversation about the state of the economy. The optimists look at the low unemployment rate and claim that the country is moving in the right direction. The pessimists focus on the anemic economic growth and stagnating wages. And Larry Summers claims that secular stagnation is upon us. Bonus; Robert Reich Bashes the New Sharing Economy>>> What is Secular Stagnation?

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Do billionaires need an emergency fund?

Do Billionaires Need An Emergency Fund?

How Billionaires and the Uber-Wealthy Went Under If you think billionaires don’t go broke, think again. Lottery winners, professional athletes, actors, and others with tremendous wealth have lost it all. The interesting thing about money, not matter how much you have, if you spend more than you make or swindle others, at some point you’ll wind up broke.

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8 Top Money Podcasts

8 Top Money Podcasts

Podcasting is the new radio. Decades ago I searched the radio airwaves for money and investing shows. In the 1990’s in San Diego during my commute to work I found a money show or two. I wished there were more radio shows to listen to. At the time, I was young and hungry for personal finance and investing information. Today, the podcast waves are filled with money, investing, real estate and personal finance shows.

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Jackie Beck-Personal Finance Luminary-The Debt Myth

The Debt Myth-Personal Finance Luminary Jackie Beck-Part 1

Creator of The Debt Myth-Jackie Beck-Part 1 Welcome to an inside look into some of the most important personal finance luminaries online, Jackie Beck of The Debt Myth. These influential people educate and entertain others about money topics. From authors to podcasters to writers, these money mentors are working to raise the level of financial knowledge and education.

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Mike Piper-Oblivious Investor- Personal Finance Luminary Interview Series

Oblivious Investor-Mike Piper

Personal Finance Luminary-Interview with Mike Piper Website publisher, author, and investor, Mike Piper of Oblivious Investor, shares investing and entrepreneurial tips. Learn from Mike Piper’s wise investing wisdom and discipline. He offers a look into how he makes an online career.

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Become wealthier with mindful #money practices #mindfullness

Mindful Money

Financial Stability Through Mind Power Guest Contributor, Alexandra of Real Simple Finances.com Achieving financial stability and wealth takes dedication, a strong plan, and determination to stay out of debt. Overall, the secret to financial happiness is a strong mind game. With mindful money, you learn to incorporate the principle of mindfulness and being aware to how you handle your finances. Dedication and determination are created when something you are working on means a lot to you; ment…

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how to handle a tax audit

How to Handle a Tax Audit; the IRS Says I Owe $25,000

The Dreaded IRS Tax Audit Letter The thick IRS letter arrived and I assumed it enclosed the tax forms I ordered. I was wrong. The letter contained a list of 5 sources of income that were not included on my 2010 tax return. Total bill due the IRS including penalties and interest, $25,000.00. Panic set in. Ironically, 2010 was the year I was exceptionally familiar with the tax law as I served as a VITA volunteer tax preparer for the IRS. What was going on?

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