A clear, personal, step-by-step plan to achieve financial freedom--for yourself and your community Financial planning isn't easy - especially when you're trying to overcome destructive spending habits, accumulating debt, and ever-increasing household budgets. Ryan Mack, Wall Streeter-come-financial advisor, has written LIVING IN THE VILLAGE for those who need a clear, accessible and tangible plan for getting personal finances in order once and for all. In a frank, accessible voice, Ryan C. Mack provides simple, easy-to-understand financial advice that you can implement right away. He developed a seven-step plan, featuring critical advice for: - Eliminating debt - Improving credit - Creating an emergency fund - Maximizing the company retirement plan and IRA - Avoiding financial predators - Diversifying your investments - Establishing a financial legacy for future generations Each step of the way, LIVING IN THE VILLAGE not only educates you about financial planning tricks and pitfalls, but also, through numerous personal testimonies from ordinary people doing extraordinary things in their communities, shows you how to give back and contribute to the economic advancement to your community.Anybody, even those with poor credit, can get a secured card. A secured card actually has a credit line, so when you use it, not only do you not have to pay a $1 convenience fee, but when you ... as having overdrafted or bounced checks in their account in the past and are now finding it hard to open a regular bank account.
|Title||:||Living in the Village|
|Author||:||Ryan C. Mack|
|Publisher||:||Macmillan - 2011-01-18|