Hello Fellow Seekers of Financial Freedom,
There are literally thousands of sites on the internet that deal with investing your money. They tell you which investment is the best for you at the age of 20, 40, or even 60 years old or older; they claim to show you how to “safely” achieve returns of 10, 15 or even 20 percent or more on your investments; some sites even delve into other forms of investing: real estate, gold, silver and even rare artifacts. These sites push investing in higher risk, high dividend paying stocks or the latest explosive growth company as a solution to the problem of financing your retirement.
Some of these sites are wonderful, but unfortunately many are also horrible.
At 101MoneyTalk.com we won’t spend a lot of time with these topics. We won’t ask you to save a dollar a day to invest in the markets, invest with zero down on the latest real estate idea or even to compare different penny stocks for the highest return. We know the other sites have got you covered on these topics.
Instead we take a more pragmatic approach to your money. How to deal with life’s everyday financial challenges: These include raising your credit score, getting out of debt, reducing your everyday expenses, saving for college and how to buy the best money saving gadget, appliance or even automobile at the lowest price – in order to smooth the financial road ahead.
To put it differently, 101Moneytalk.com deals with your short to medium term financial challenges, so that you can be in a position to redeploy your funds in the long term however you see fit. To quote Robert Allen, author of Multiple Streams of Income, we help you plug the “financial leaks” in your life so that you have more money today.
Most of our articles don’t involve “sacrifice” to reduce your costs. You won’t skip a meal, live in a tiny home or even buy the kids “private label” clothing to save a few dollars. 101MoneyTalk.com involves smart consumption, we show you how to live the way that you do now, but do so less expensively. We help you eliminate the waste in your life, 20- 40 percent in many cases, so that you have much more money for the things that you really want.
We call this “painless saving,” because our method shifts the “pain” of financial waste back to where it started: to the thousands of stores, companies and organizations that are trained to take your money in return for a product or service that you either don’t want, doesn’t work or that you are paying too much for.
Now it’s your turn to take control. Welcome to 101MoneyTalk.com