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The Average American is paying from $.54 to $.64 cents out of every hard earned dollar on interest expense and taxes!

Here are the 4 types of expenses and how you should manage them:

LIFESTYLE

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Expenses that create memories, Vacations, Concerts, Fun Events, Absolutely use Cash For these

PROTECTIVE

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Expenses to protect Life, Health & Property. The Affluent don’t compromise with their protection, But the middle class overlook this area. Examples of this are Emergency Cash Account ( 6 months savings worth of funds) , Life, Medical, Auto, Renters or Homeowners Insurance.

PRODUCTIVE

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An Investment Vehicle that allows you to make money and build assets, this would also include purchasing rental property or if you are self employed hiring a competent productive employee.

DESTRUCTIVE

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Is the one you want to eliminate altogether, examples All Consumer Debt, overdraft fees, all types of vices, that gym membership you really never use after the first month you went.

Discover How To Take The Action Steps and Carry Out The Plan To Your Ultimate Financial Success

  • How to be Debt-Free in 9 years or less including, mortgage & student loans without spending any more than you currently are spending.
  • Why investing in the stock market isn’t for everyone – learn smarter ways to retire wealthy.
  • Why your 401(k) may not be enough and what experts will never tell you about saving tor the future.
  • How to cut your tax burden by up to half!

There are two proven paths to building wealth:

You can increase the amount of money you make, or you can increase the amount of money you keep.

Your Family Bank utilizes both. It is a system that helps both individuals and businesses redirect money normally lost to debt, interest and taxes back into their circle of wealth, while at the same time ensuring that your dollar gains a positive rate of return every day.

Meet Joe

meet joe

Joe is a 50 year old small business owner that does well on a day to day basis, but is usually hindred by one of the following problems…

  • Debt
  • Cash Flow
  • Taxes
  • Flexibility
See How We Helped Joe Save $270k In Interest