35 Keys to Financial Independence: Finding the Freedom You Seek!

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Rich Brott, Jun 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
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The only way to reach a financial goal is to work at it. The most important step in reaching that goal is to develop a plan to achieve it. That's why it is so important to plan ahead for your retirement and your financial future. While the idea of planning ahead and building a solid financial strategy for success can sometimes be intimidating and overwhelming, once you get started, it will become easier. With a little planning and a better understanding of what your investment options are, you too can successfully manage your money and pursue your financial goals.
 

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Contents

Introduction
7
Make a Decision to Change
9
Determine Not to Overspend
11
Do Not Add New Debts
14
Break Free from the Spending Habit
18
Pay as You Go
20
Manage Your Cash Flow
22
Follow a Budget
30
Control Your Personal Credit
91
Manage Your Credit Record
93
Seek Higher Credit Scores
96
Rebuild Your Credit Rating
100
Stay Debt Free
105
Understanding Financial Goals
108
Types of Financial Goals
112
Control Your Future with Financial Goals
115

Generate a Financial Assessment
52
Determine What You Owe
54
Prioritize Your Debt
56
Determine How Much You Can Pay
58
Create a Payoff Plan
62
Get Professional Assistance
65
Communicate with Your Creditors
68
Determine and Reduce Your Time Goal
70
Stay Focused on Your Plan
72
Keep Your Goal in Mind
76
Decrease Your Expenses and Build Cash
78
Steps to Setting Financial Goals
120
Understand Financial Decisions
124
The DecisionMaking Process
128
Steps to Making Correct Financial Decisions
131
Plan for the Future
133
Save Money on Mortgage Interest
137
Save with Good Spending Habits
139
Save Money by Doing It Yourself
142
MoneySaving Solutions
145
Summary
150
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About the author (2007)

Rich Brott holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Economics and a Master of Business Administration. He has served in an executive position of some very successful businesses. Additionally, he has functioned on the board of directors for churches, businesses, and charities and served on an advisory board for a college and other entities. He has traveled to more than 25 countries on teaching assignments and business concerns. Rich has authored over twenty books. He and his wife Karen, have been married for 35 years. Rich Brott resides in Portland, Oregon, with his wife, three children, son-in-law and granddaughter.

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