This past December, I was blessed with a small year-end raise. Now I am faced with a whole new set of challenges: More tax. More cash flow. More guilt about not keeping up with my retirement plan. I had hit the ripe old age of thirty-something where you ponder more about your future, so I […]
To put it plainly, I’ve seen firsthand the full spectrum of financial woes that can hopelessly trap people in a society victimized by the credit-card, “buy-now-pay-later” syndrome. Daily, I see people in deep financial trouble. Thousands in this country have got themselves into financial messes that can lead to more serious consequences.
Financial counseling became a matter of revealing these principles and allowing financially troubled persons to choose whether to obey them or not. These principles are real and will help you in conducting your financial affairs.