Sunday, March 8, 2015

Personal Finance - Internet Marketing – Brian Hazel


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I’ve Simply Laid Out a Few Items Below…

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It’s up to you to decide if any or all of this sounds like you…

At this moment
  1. You’re not fulfilled in your job, or just can’t get excited about what you do anymore.
  2. Your monthly pay barely covers your expenses.
  3. You can’t remember the last time you had a pay raise.
  4. Your employer is using the latest round of austerity measures as reasons to cut your pay and holiday by several days a year.
  5. The government is likely to up your retirement age to 68
  6. Savings (read: what savings?) make practically zero interest each year (if you have any that is).
  7. According to a FOX News survey, one in five U.S. households are borrowing money or using savings to cover food costs (up 4% on last year).
  8. The cost of living is moving upward sharply, and you find it near on impossible to save any money – remember savings? (See #7 above).
  9. You’re getting too old to afford your own home (this depends on where you live of course. I’m writing this from Potomac Maryland, where the average house price is $786,000.
  10. You’re terrified of any major expense, like car repairs, rent increases, car insurance, utilities, fuel, as you don’t have any spare cash.
  11. You’ve already cut unnecessary expenditures to the bone and you’ve nothing left to cut.
  12. You’re desperate to make ‘something’ work to increase your income, but promotion and re-training in your current job doesn’t look promising.
  13. Age is against you – especially if you’re over 40
  14. You’re fed up of your family and friends paying for stuff because they know you can’t afford luxuries.
  15. You act like you’re not hard up but you know it’s a lie.
  16. Your family is making cutbacks because of your income, or lack of it.
  17. You’re more angry and frustrated now than you were this time last year – and it’s not getting any better.
  18. You feel stressed more often, and for longer periods.
  19. You’ve tried various ‘make money schemes’ but they simply take your hard-earned cash and leave you with nothing.
  20. You seem to be more tired at the end of the day.
  21. You have less time for your family and you’re not getting any more done.
  22. Your family and loved ones are depending on you, and you want to restore your pride and self-esteem.
  23. You’ve got a ‘must-make-it-work’ mindset and you’re ready to go to work – no holds barred, but what should you do?
  24. You want to fire your boss and work for yourself.
  25. You want to be able to give your family the kind of lifestyle they deserve.

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