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Taken to its extreme, we risk becoming financial couch potatoes who, without a whimper of resistance, let changes in the economy roll right over us, crushing hopes, dreams and aspirations. I don't usually advocate greater government ...

Author: Robert A. Ortalda

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780671696078

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 384

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Tells how to identify financial goals, assess one's current and future financial standing, and reduce one's dependence on credit
1990-04-15 By Robert A. Ortalda

How to Live Within Your Means and Still Finance Your Dreams by Robert A. Ortaldo , Fireside Books , 1994 How to Pinch a Penny Till it Screams by Rochelle McDonald , Avery Publishing Group , 1994 . Living Well or Even Better on Less by ...

Author: John Ventura

Publisher: Dearborn Trade Publishing

ISBN: 0793115183

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 214

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Offering valuable advice on filing for bankruptcy, a guide to the entire process explains the different types of bankruptcy and outlines filing procedures
1996 By John Ventura

See Computer hardware Hawken , Paul , 25 Healing Environments : Your Guide to Information utilities . ... 145 How to Live Within Your Means and Still Finance Your Dreams ( Ortalda ) , 96 How to Write a Business Plan ( McKeever ) ...

Author: Jeff Berner

Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers

ISBN: 188105246X

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 163

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A complete guide for meeting the practical and personal challenges of successfully working from home on either a part-time or full-time basis.
1994 By Jeff Berner

In your personal finance life, commit to continuous improvement and you will experience a dramatic improvement within time. ... There are four parts to this book; 1) Define your journey, 2) live within your means and eliminate debt, ...

Author: Rio Rivas


ISBN: 9781435708105

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 110

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Personal finance made easy to help you can follow your dreams and achieve your goals. Practical and easy steps to help you live within your means, eliminate debt, save for retirement, buy a home, and complete your estate planning.
2009-04-01 By Rio Rivas

For most people, their budgeting progress is ruined by just a few financial activities. One of the most common areas where people lack discipline is in eating out. This is a big challenge for most millennial.

Author: Jonathan Connor

Publisher: Jonathan Connor


Category: Business & Economics


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Money Management Skills: A Beginners Guide On Personal Finance And Living Debt Free It is challenging to ask the people around you to follow a budget. The more you force people to limit their personal rewards, the more they want to spend. If you want your entire household to follow a budget, you need to ‘package’ it in a different way. Most professional financial planners, for instance, prefer to call it ‘proper allocation of funds’ to make their clients accept the idea of budgeting. The true value of budgeting When we follow a budgeting plan, we are not depriving ourselves. Rather, we are forgoing immediate gratification in exchange for greater rewards in the future. If you want to be successful in in the long run, you need to practice letting go of instant gratification. We practice this principle consistently in all areas of life. Most people already have the budgeting skills they need. Most of us know how to avoid unnecessary expenses. If you commute to work for example, you may have selected a route that gets you to work with the least expenses. If we do not follow a budget, we would just take the most convenient means of transportation without thinking of the cost. Because we care about being efficient with our money however, we usually avoid expensive forms of transportation. You are already practicing budgeting in most areas of your life. For most people, their budgeting progress is ruined by just a few financial activities. One of the most common areas where people lack discipline is in eating out. This is a big challenge for most millennial. Other people fail to budget well because of expensive tastes in clothing. A person may be disciplined in the way he spends his money on food, utilities and groceries but when it comes to spending on things that make him happy, he loses control. If you want to reach your financial goals, you need to find out which financial activities hurt your budget. By knowing about your spending weaknesses, you will be able to find strategies that will allow you to improve your budgeting performance in the future. Money Management Strategies: Learn Simple Personal Finance Skills To Manage Your Compulsive Spending Addictions, Savings And Live A Debt Free Lifestyle Become a money management superstar and learn how to manage money wisely, design a budget, handle expenses, settle debts successfully, manage debts and make smart investments. As most of us know, one of the most difficult things is to control money. Money is one of the most important things that can be used to serve our goals, but it also is one of the things we tend to overspend, misuse and lose money on. In our short-sightedness, we often mistake significant pursuit for the important things that we should be focusing on. Such as the pursuit of money instead of the things that really drive us. Money is not a short-term goal, and it is not interchangeable with success. If what you want is a lot of money, you might have success and happiness for a while. But there is no guarantee that you will be either successful or happy forever. I know, I know, it is difficult not to admire the big paychecks, large investments, the luxury, the parties or the lifestyle that money provides. People, who are driven by consuming money, tend to be unhappy. When the money is not enough, they need more. When they have enough money, they need more again. You know what I'm talking about. People who are driven to use their money for success and financial freedom are an exception. That is because when you make your own success, you are ultimately in a position of strength and freedom that cannot be taken away from you. So ask yourself how you want to use your money? If you want your money to serve you, then find a way to make enough money to meet your needs and fund your dreams. You will never have enough money if you want to use it to fulfill all of your desires. But if your goal is to have money to use to do what you want in life and get the things you want, you probably will never get to your financial goals. If your goal is to have the money to fund your freedom to do what you want in life, then you will soon be able to do what you want without worrying about money. How do you make enough money to have the freedom you want in your life and to have the money to do what you want in life? First, you need an end goal in life. Your goal does not have to be the best or the richest or the biggest. It just has to have enough certainty that you can focus on it and be able to tell the future how much money it takes to reach your goal. You want to work towards your goals and have the money to build the value you want. Is it worth it to pay what it takes to get what you want? If you have a goal, you do not have to answer that question. Developing a goal and working towards it, you will see your goals increase in value and your motivation will increase as you move towards your goal. What are you waiting for? Design your life and make your dreams a reality.
2020-11-25 By Jonathan Connor

She advocated a creativity in economy that would make it “the poor man's revenue.”63 Child was unsuccessful in rehabilitating the concept, but others kept trying. ... The positive statement was “live within your means.

Author: Lendol Calder

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9781400822836

Category: History

Page: 400

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Once there was a golden age of American thrift, when citizens lived sensibly within their means and worked hard to stay out of debt. The growing availability of credit in this century, however, has brought those days to an end--undermining traditional moral virtues such as prudence, diligence, and the delay of gratification while encouraging reckless consumerism. Or so we commonly believe. In this engaging and thought-provoking book, Lendol Calder shows that this conception of the past is in fact a myth. Calder presents the first book-length social and cultural history of the rise of consumer credit in America. He focuses on the years between 1890 and 1940, when the legal, institutional, and moral bases of today's consumer credit were established, and in an epilogue takes the story up to the present. He draws on a wide variety of sources--including personal diaries and letters, government and business records, newspapers, advertisements, movies, and the words of such figures as Benjamin Franklin, Mark Twain, and P. T. Barnum--to show that debt has always been with us. He vigorously challenges the idea that consumer credit has eroded traditional values. Instead, he argues, monthly payments have imposed strict, externally reinforced disciplines on consumers, making the culture of consumption less a playground for hedonists than an extension of what Max Weber called the "iron cage" of disciplined rationality and hard work. Throughout, Calder keeps in clear view the human face of credit relations. He re-creates the Dickensian world of nineteenth-century pawnbrokers, takes us into the dingy backstairs offices of loan sharks, into small-town shops and New York department stores, and explains who resorted to which types of credit and why. He also traces the evolving moral status of consumer credit, showing how it changed from a widespread but morally dubious practice into an almost universal and generally accepted practice by World War II. Combining clear, rigorous arguments with a colorful, narrative style, Financing the American Dream will attract a wide range of academic and general readers and change how we understand one of the most important and overlooked aspects of American social and economic life.
2009-07-01 By Lendol Calder

How to Live within Your Means and Still Finance Your Dreams Robert A. Ortalda, Jr., CPA Simon & Schuster, 1990 (reprint edition) 350 pages Book Byte In this book, Robert A. Ortalda, Jr., presents a realistic, step-by-step system for ...

Author: Janice Maidman Joshua

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39015050194748

Category: Psychology

Page: 389

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A complete guide to more than 300 of the best reading resources for use in your practice Bibliotherapy can be a valuable adjunct to virtually any psychotherapeutic approach. Recommending books that focus on your clients’ core problem issues helps them see that they are not alone in their suffering. It also may help them more rapidly gain insight and a more realistic sense of control regarding their situation. And, by extending the therapeutic process beyond the therapist’s office, bibliotherapy functions as a valuable cost-containment strategy. But, with thousands of self-help titles to choose from, how do you separate the wheat from the chaff and find the best match between client and book? Read Two Books and Let’s Talk Next Week provides you with the detailed information you’ll need to confidently navigate the vast, ever-growing sea of self-help literature. Organized by nineteen major presenting problems, it features reviews of more than 300 of the best self-help books published over the past thirty years. Each summary includes: A concise synopsis detailing the book’s main subject area and its author’s approach A description of the three major client groups for whom the book is appropriate Five main therapeutic insights readers may gain by reading the book Complete publishing information to facilitate easy access

This is the most significant tax reform in over 30 years, rendering old advice obsolete while opening new opportunities. This edition also includes a new chapter on becoming financially independent by starting your own business.

Author: John J. Vento

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119510345

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 480

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Discover how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 will change your journey to financial independence and what you need to do now to take advantage of the new law Financial Independence (Getting to Point X) offers practical, time-tested advice for reaching your financial goals—whatever they may be. Whether you’re recovering from debt, putting kids through college, planning for retirement, starting your own business, or just seeking a healthier financial outlook, this book shows you how to get it done. No platitudes or empty advice here—just a clear roadmap to your goals, based on the effective management of the 10 Key Wealth Management Issues that threaten to derail us all. This new second edition has been updated to reflect President Trump’s massive income tax changes. These historic changes will reduce the tax obligation of most Americans, but not all. This is the most significant tax reform in over 30 years, rendering old advice obsolete while opening new opportunities. This edition also includes a new chapter on becoming financially independent by starting your own business. Author John Vento knows exactly what these new laws entail, and this book puts his wisdom of experience to work for you to help you get on track to financial freedom. Saving, budgeting, managing debt, minimizing taxes, and living within your means—all classic financial advice, but easier said than done, right? In this book, you’ll find real, practical advice for actually doing it—to the extent that makes sense for you. Understand the enormous changes taking place in the federal income tax code Learn which financial strategies have become obsolete, and what new opportunities you should take advantage of Negotiate your way through the 10 Key Wealth Management Issues with expert advice Find out if you have what it takes to reach financial independence by starting your own business Follow a clear roadmap to financial independence, no matter how you define it The goal is not perfection on all fronts, it’s simply tailoring your journey to suit your destination. No unnecessary deprivation, no obsessive adjusting—simply paying attention to key issues may be enough, depending on your goal. Regulatory changes close some doors but open others, and opportunities still exist if you know where to look. Financial Independence (Getting to Point X) provides you with a roadmap to financial freedom, so that you can achieve your life goals and dreams.
2018-08-28 By John J. Vento

Filled with personal stories told in her straightforward and candid style, this book is the missing ingredient for anyone who wants to take control of their finances and live their most fulfilled life.

Author: Morgen Rochard

Publisher: ClydeBank Media LLC

ISBN: 9781945051586

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 347

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THE ULTIMATE BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR FINANCES INCLUDES FILLABLE SIMPLIFIED BUDGET SPREADSHEET AND OTHER ESSENTIAL DIGITAL ASSETS Are you tired of feeling stressed out and overwhelmed when you think about your finances? Have you gotten frustrated with personal finance advice from “experts” that doesn’t feel like it speaks to your unique financial situation? No matter where you are in your financial journey Personal Finance QuickStart Guidecovers everything you need to know to make a positive financial change in your life. At a time when 80% of US workers live paycheck to paycheck and as many as 40% of Americans can’t afford a surprise $400 expense it has never been more important to take control of your financial wellbeing. In Personal Finance QuickStart Guide author, podcaster, and financial advisor Morgen B. Rochard CFA, CFP®, RLP® pulls back the personal finance curtain to present personal finance wisdom that is so simple anyone can start putting it to use today. Morgen has distilled a career’s worth of experience in the financial world into an uncommonly helpful guide to the common money problems we all face. Filled with personal stories told in her straightforward and candid style, this book is the missing ingredient for anyone who wants to take control of their finances and live their most fulfilled life. It doesn’t matter where you are on your financial journey, how much experience you have, or how much money you have in the bank—you can make the financial changes needed to build the fulfilling life you deserve with the time-tested and proven personal finance wisdom enclosed in this book. Personal Finance QuickStart Guide Is Perfect For: - Millennials who feel like they never got a handle on their finances and want to catch up - Young adults who want to build a good financial foundation for the future - Working professionals who are thinking about retirement - Anyone looking to make a financial change in their life and build wealth Personal Finance QuickStart Guide Covers: - How to think about money and craft your own positive money mindset - Repairing your credit score to increase your buying power and provide more freedom in your life - The difference between good and bad debt and how to pay down and manage debt - Financial goal setting with actionable steps to accomplish your goals - How to prepare for retirement and secure your own financially independent future Personal Finance QuickStart Guide Will Teach You: - How to build a positive money mindset, analyze your own money habits, and secure your own financial freedom for good times and bad - How to effectively manage and pay down debt, the difference between good and bad debt, and how to raise your credit score (and keep it high) - How to translate your dreams into a financial reality without restrictive budgeting or beating yourself up over daily spending - The best way to prepare for major life events like home buying, weddings, and sending kids off to college - Yes, you need to invest—how to put your money to work for you without assuming a mountain of risk or learning complicated charts - How to prepare for retirement the smart way, what to do if you come into money, how to reduce your tax burden and more—your entire personal finance journey is in these pages! *LIFETIME ACCESS TO FREE PERSONAL FINANCE DIGITAL ASSETS* Easy to use Simplified Budget Spreadsheet - 1 Page Personal Finance Plan - Effective Goal Setting Workbook - Additional visual aids, infographics and more!
2020-10-19 By Morgen Rochard

The Women's Money Workbook for Achieving Financial Self-Confidence Ann B. Diamond ... Robert Ortalda , Jr . , ' s book How to Live Within Your Means and Still Finance Your Dreams describes a system of budgeting and funding . your 112 ...

Author: Ann B. Diamond

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN: 088730625X

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 164

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Written for all females--young, old, single, married, divorced--in clear and easy-to-understand language, this step-by-step guide helps readers identify their financial goals, make wise investments, free themselves from debt, and plan for emergencies. Drawings. Worksheets.
1994 By Ann B. Diamond