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Because Money Matters: The 8 Principles to Build Your Wealth - Because Money Matters #1 - cover

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Because Money Matters: The 8 Principles to Build Your Wealth - Because Money Matters #1

V. V. Cam

Publisher: Jack Langedijk

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Summary

No matter what you earn or where you live, no matter if you work for yourself or for someone else, and no matter your marital status or gender, you will discover that it is possible to walk the path to your solid financial life.  
 
Imagine living your life: Free of worry and stress about money Free of anxiety about the market or the economy Free of other people's speculations or predictions about your future. 
Take control of your financial life by mastering these eight practical, realistic, and attainable principles. You will not ever have to live paycheque by paycheque, get stuck in debt forever, and worry about not having enough money to do the things you want for your life. You'll be able to:Find opportunities to increase your income and your savingsControl spending habits and save thousands by using the PANEL testAvoid making costly choices and decisionsDesign a plan for paying off all debt fasterGet better value for your money through effective negotiationMaximize your money by using the invest MODELFollow a 3-step plan to build your wealth.  
Get your copy today to start your journey to prosperity!
Available since: 11/12/2017.

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