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We all want to become rich as fast and painlessly as possible. The reality is that only about 10% of Americans ever become truly rich or wealthy.  The rest either struggle their entire lives to pay bills or they live on their life savings in retirement.  In both situations, they end up with little or nothing left for their heirs when they leave this planet.  The great news is that it doesn’t have to be this way.   The truth is that the majority of people in this country CAN become wealthy if they learn how. 

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In "How to Build Wealth"

The "Save and Hope" Strategy

“Save and Hope” is not a strategy!

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Students: Indentured Servants for Decades

Nothing outrages me more than seeing people being taken advantage of and set up to fail. This was the case with sub-prime loans and is now the case with student loans. It is corrupt legal collusion between colleges/universities and the government to line both of their pockets at the expense of students and families. The government provides student loans at outrageous interest rates relative to what they charge banks and everyone else. They bury the student/family in debt for decades preventing them from being able to file bankruptcy when the education the student receives does not provide anywhere near the income needed to be able to repay the debt. 

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Why inflation is going to destroy your 401K!

Over the past 30 years more and more companies have thrown in the towel on providing pension support for their employees and have pointed their employees toward a 401K retirement plan. After 30 years the results are in and results are a disaster for many Americans and their hopes to retire.

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