All the FREE content is at the library in volumes of books, a bit on the Internet if you know where you look. However, I don't invest more than $18,000 a year in my education for nothing.
Much of what you read on-line is regurgitated nothingness scraped from one site to another. Like stepping in poop, it tends to get everywhere before you figure out what has happened.
The SUSTAINABLE WEALTH SECRETS newsletter uses the ?Pay to play? model just like anything else worth having in life. Outside the expense of experience, everything I know was bought and paid for with money.
You might think that investing in your financial education here will only make the owners of this site wealthy — yet you don't think about the $22,826 spent on an in-state college according to the COLLEGE BOARD (2013) impacting the college Presidents salary.
With the current unemployment rate of recent college graduates as high as 40% in the United States, that college degree isn?t much of an investment. But this resource isn't for recent college graduates.
According to the NATIONAL RETAIL FEDERATION, families with children who will be attending school spend an average of $634.78 a year on school supplies. (2013, NRF) For college that average is $907.22 a year. Doesn't seem like much …
Yet grown adults whine about investing in a resources that increases their prosperity. Fine, less people for my team to serve, I still benefit all the same. Fair enough?
What this site is really about is serving a small select group of individuals. In a sense pooling resources to collect real insights about boosting net worth, securing cash flow, and accumulating wealth.
There is NO FREE LUNCH especially with me!
A business analyst and publisher. Had $250,000 in his retirement by age 25 while losing it all in the dot.com bubble. Invested more than $575,000 in the expense of experience that showed him what works for increasing net worth. Discovered value of actually listening to mentors.