Neal is an Independent Certified Financial Planner™, based in Southern California. He founded Wealth Resources Group in 1994 to provide comprehensive fee-based financial planning exclusively. His firm specializes in helping clients make smart decisions about their money so they can stop worrying and start enjoying the things that matter most to them. If your [...]
You can't grow if you keep working "in your business." These tips will help you work "on your business" so you can focus on growing.
"Renting doesn't build equity"
"Buying a house means at least something goes to equity"
We've heard all the reasons to buy a house, but are they right? I decided to investigate this question.
I was recently trying to decide on a goal of how much I want to be worth. Did I want to be worth a million? Ten million?... more?
I kept thinking about it and I couldn't ever really make a decision. I guess the problem is that I keep asking "why stop there?"
Recently I've been reevaluating my long term and short term goals (I'll post about those soon enough), and one thing I've been looking into more is - what does it mean to be financially free.
Of course I talk about Financial Independence a lot, and I sometimes use the term Financial Freedom interchangeably with FI. So I decided to hit up the internet and look it up...
Recently I was having a conversation with someone. They were explaining the school program they were in, the job they wanted to get, and their career goals.
I looked at him and said: "So your goal is to work?"...
So you've gotten yourself into and debt and now it's affecting your lifestyle. As debt grows, just paying the interest becomes a bigger portion of your paychecks until you are just working to pay back your debts. As you know, your debt to income ratio is the most important aspect to qualifying for a loan for your first investment property. With your debts out of whack, you will never qualify. Here are some tips to getting your debts paid off and getting you into investing as quickly as possible.