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Rich people are cheap! I normally avoid generalizations, but here a few examples to prove my point. J. Paul Getty, a certified oil billionaire had a pay telephone in his home, Warren Buffet drives a Cadillac (replaced his 8 year old car last year), and Donald Trump has his wife cut his hair.  Sure, you do not have to be rich to be cheap or frugal. Frugal is not cheap!!
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Post image for Do you have enough retirement savings?

Do you have enough retirement savings?  It should be no surprise than too many Americans have not saved enough for retirement.  So much has been written about baby boomers and retirement, but a Los Angeles Times  article shows how it is not limited to them.  10,000 baby boomers turn 65 years old every day and will for the next nineteen years!  Will you have enough savings for retirement? Read More…

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Post image for What is Prosperity and how do you get there?

Economic prosperity is not really a road!  In fact, it may not be much more than a path.  It is not a location and it can only lead you to a goal.  It is filled with many curves, dead ends, U-turns, attractions, amusements, distractions and pitfalls. Google or Yahoo maps will not help you get there!  It starts with a goal and a plan.  It is taking that dream you have and making it a reality!   Read More…

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Post image for Annual Checkup – Your Financial Health

Is your financial health important to you? If your answer is no, stop here! I learned a long time ago that I cannot influence everyone so I focus on the people who realize that my information is important to them. An annual checkup involves a physical examination, laboratory tests, vital signs and monitor any changes in health. An examination of your financial health is an opportunity to monitor your progress. Read More…

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Negotiating Is Easy!

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When you ask a question, you are negotiating!   Negotiation is a dialogue between two or more people or parties intended to reach an understanding, resolve point of difference or gain advantage in outcome of dialogue, to produce an agreement upon courses of action, to bargain for individual or collective advantage.  Don’t you negotiate all the time in your personal and professional lives? Read More…

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Post image for Can You Live without these Things?

I can live without these things and I am okay!!  You make New Year’s Resolutions to lose weight, set goals or budget and you need to make choices.  So it is a very relevant question!  What will you give up to achieve your goals?  It could range from dessert, sleep to exercise, dining out or entertainment.  Here are ten (10) things I can live without! Read More…

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Post image for How to Become More Interesting and Successful

A new year is interesting! It just seems a new year should start out with something interesting to stimulate your thinking. It all starts with you! How can you make yourself more interesting at work, social situations and with friends and family? It starts with what you do, how you do it and how well you do it. This is the best time to make changes in your life so this year will be more interesting and successful. Read More…

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Post image for The difference between a wish and a goal is a plan!

The difference between a wish and a goal is a plan!  About thirty-six (36) years ago, I created my plan to achieve financial independence. I set my goals to reach them in about nine (9) years and I beat it by two (2)! I was laser focused on my goals to the point of having daily tasks and monitoring them weekly/monthly. Life is complicated, but I tried to simplify it so I could achieve my goal.  Read More…

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Post image for If you are not making mistakes, you aren’t doing anything!

If you do not make mistakes, you are not trying hard enough! If you’re not making mistakes, then you’re not doing anything. I’m positive that a doer makes mistakes. (John Wooden)  I  saw an interview of Sara Blakely, founder of Spanx (a multi-million dollar undergarment company). She said her Dad asked her every day what mistakes she made. He celebrated her mistakes! Read More…

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Post image for The Best of Krantcents for 2014

The “best of” may be a misnomer, but it is based on statistics or my opinion!  I decided to showcase a variety of articles that you may find worthwhile to read again or for the first time. Who knows, you may uncover a hidden gem that changes your life.   I decided to do this because I am continuing to make some changes and thought you may like to read some of the best!http://www.krantcents.com/wp-includes/js/tinymce/plugins/wordpress/img/trans.gif Read More…

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