your financial IQ and start earning more, saving more, and growing your net
worth—even as you sleep...
According to LendingClub and PYMTS,
54% of US consumers live
This even includes 53% of people who
earn up to $100,000 annually.
If you’re currently struggling to
make ends meet, these figures may not be surprising at all.
In fact, you may understand all too
well the real situation behind these numbers.
Your salary stays low while prices
continue to increase.
There’s a stack of bills that burn
through your paycheck each week.
You can barely keep up with
payments, so you’re taking out loans to repay other loans in an endless cycle.
You’re overworked and stressed out but can’t afford to take a
Despite all this, there’s something else you should
understand right now:
There is a well-established way to solve these and other
It starts with a complete overhaul
of your beliefs about money, followed
by effective goal-setting and planning.
From there, you’ll have to master
your habits and learn to take action.
It’s not an overnight
transformation, and you’ll need trustworthy advice amid a sea of
But that's why you
need this timely, wide-ranging resource to guide you through the process.
In Learn to Master Personal Finance
Management, you will discover:
Why you are your own worst enemy when it comes to
handling money—and how you can make a drastic
change for the better, starting today
Why it’s possible (and advisable!)
to start saving, even if you don’t earn much—and tips on how to do it
5+ myths about money that are
keeping you from having healthy personal finances
The money habits that will ensure a better financial future for you—and
easy ways to develop them
How to evaluate your current
financials so you can create
realistic and attainable goals
The most powerful tool for personal money
management—and a simple way to set it up
10+ ways to increase your income, so
you can save more or get started with investments
Easy-to-follow advice on how to
invest in stocks… minus the confusing
How to spend your money wisely, so you don’t end up back where you
And much more.
Handling personal finances successfully requires
both theoretical and technical know-how. Simply having the right mindset or
attitude toward money won’t cut it.
But this is exactly why Take Control of Your Finances is the right fit for you if you’re
looking for the best resource available.
Not only does it enlighten you on the processes
of sound personal finance, but it also equips you with real-world skills you
can apply right away.
If you put these strategies to action
consistently, you’ll be out of the lower 50% soon… and on your way to financial