Thinking About Finance? Read This Four Personal Finance Books For Success
Finance
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March 21, 2014
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Have you ever thought why some taste the happiness of being rich, while others are fated for long life financial struggle? Is it because of education difference, skills, luck, contact, business, investments or intelligence? Well, the groundbreaking truth is the relation between money and success blueprint. Famous finance author T. Harv Eker states: “you can predict your financial future only if you identify your money and success blueprint.” We all have certain money plan in our subconscious minds and it is that blueprint that will determine your financial lives. You may have best of knowledge but if your blueprint isn’t set for huge success, you can never have lot of money. If at all you have it, you will lose it. But the good news is that you can rearrange your money blueprint to achieve natural success. Read these four different and powerful books to help you accumulate personal wealth brilliantly.

Think and Grow Rich- Napoleon Hill

Think and Grow Rich- Napoleon Hill

Here comes the “Granddaddy of all Motivational Literature.” Think and Grow Rich, the best-selling book way back in 1937-till date, is entirely a winners book. The book was inspired by an idea from Scottish-American businessman Andrew Carnegie. The title depicts the ways to get rich and successful however, author Napoleon Hill explains philosophy to help people achieve success in all fields of work. The stories revolve around Thomas Edison, Andre Carnegie, Henry Ford and other famous millionaires to illustrate principles. The updated version written by Arthur R. Pell, national-acclaimed author, professor and consultant present stories of new contemporary millionaires, such as Mary Kay Ash, Dave Thomas, Bill Gates, and Sir John Templeton, who attained success. It is not wrong to say that book encourages the concept of “greed is good”— only when you willing share your wealth. (more…)

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9 Priceless Finance Tips That Help You Save Money Everyday
Finance
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March 3, 2014
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Finance TipsWe often make resolutions to quit smoking or lower our debts but everything seems easy at the start of the year. Keeping up the resolution is a difficult thing. As we all know losing weight and saving money requires sheer dedication and planning without which you’ll fail to achieve success. You can lie to yourself but numbers don’t. Hence it is necessary to take finance seriously regardless of your age. Despite of when you start, the money saving basics always remains the same. Savings is not all about cutting-down money on everything it’s about reducing unwanted expenses and finding ways to save money in everyday life. Here are top nine secret to smile financially.

Check your Fridge: An average household fridge includes uneaten food, which are thrown away every week. This makes up to approx. $1300 a year as per the Vouchercloud.com recent survey. There is immense ways to cut down such wastage and make unused foodstuffs to use. It is important to check/clean your refrigerator twice in a week and plan meals before you go grocery shopping.  Keep that old yogurts, cold meats and ready meals at the front so that foods don’t pass by-dates. Buy frozen foods and deforest only what you want will save food. (more…)

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Four Unique Ways to Save Your Money Painlessly
Finance
iBlog Team
January 3, 2014
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Who do not want to save money? But, who wants to alter their lifestyle? Most people believe that saving penny is hard but that’s a myth. You can simply save huge money only with right tactics. The problem is that people think saving money is a way to sacrifice their lifestyle, which is indeed wrong. It is advisable to keep some money in bank, which can be your helping hand in emergencies or future goals. There are two ways you can look at saving money: (more…)

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