Writing Your Investment Policy Statement

Part of a solid foundation to financial freedom is protecting yourself and your family. That means protecting your property through insurance; your health, life, and ability to earn income; and your identity. But it also means protecting yourself from financial mistakes, and the best way to do that is through the use of an investment … Continue reading Writing Your Investment Policy Statement

Seven Steps to Take if Your Identity’s Been Stolen

Maybe you’re like me, and you receive a denial in the mail for a credit card you never applied to. Or maybe you start getting bills for things you never bought. Perhaps your first clue is when you look at your cell phone bill and suddenly see your phone plan changed and new phones you … Continue reading Seven Steps to Take if Your Identity’s Been Stolen

5 Steps to Protect Yourself From Identity Theft – Plus My Story

As part of the second tier of financial freedom, protecting yourself and your family against financial disaster was a key component. After all, a house built on sand cannot stand-and a financial plan built on the hope and wish nothing will go wrong is destined to collide head on with the realities of life. Last … Continue reading 5 Steps to Protect Yourself From Identity Theft – Plus My Story

Protecting Your Health, Life, and Ability to Earn Income – The Foundation To Financial Freedom

On Monday I talked about protecting your personal property - your car, your home/condo/belongings (for renters), and your assets. Today I'm going to deep dive into protecting your health, life, and ability to earn income. After knowing your net worth, getting to know your cash flow, discovering your dreams, and planning to pay off non-deductible … Continue reading Protecting Your Health, Life, and Ability to Earn Income – The Foundation To Financial Freedom

Is it Snowing or Is It an Avalance? Planning to Pay Off Non-Deductible Debt

Getting out of debt. It's a dream for many, no matter what kind of debt you might have. I'm focusing today on the first part of the second tier of financial freedom - making a plan to pay off "non-deductible" debt. What's "non-deductible" debt again? It's the worst kind of debt-the kind where you can't … Continue reading Is it Snowing or Is It an Avalance? Planning to Pay Off Non-Deductible Debt