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6 Easy Steps to Financial Freedom

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Want to retire early? Wish you had the time and money to do what you really want? Just take these six steps to financial freedom.

On The BIGG Success Show, we discuss how to accumulate a nest egg which will support the lifestyle you dream of. Here’s a summary of that discussion.

It’s easier than you might think to achieve financial freedom – even in the midst of a pandemic.

That’s because time is on your side, when it comes to money. It’s a financial concept called the time value of money.

Let’s say you want at least $1 million when you retire at 65. We know – you want to retire earlier than that. We’re glad to hear it! But keep listening to our example so you understand the point. It’s really, really, really important!

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Managing Your Household Finances Like a Business

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Manage your household finances like a business to see your finances in new and enlightening ways, so you understand your money better than you ever have before.

Would you benefit financially by managing your household finances like a business? The two of us have. We think you will find it helpful as well.

We discussed this on The BIGG Success Show today. It’s part of a series explaining why we created the Financial Freedom Tool and the thinking behind its various features.

We started with the “What”: What is financial freedom? We shared our definition of financial freedom:

Plenty of money for life.

Last time, we shared our “Why”. Why did we create the Financial Freedom Tool? We created the Financial Freedom Tool to…

…help good people have more money to do more good.

Today, we talk about a new way to view your household finances. Here’s a summary of our discussion…

Why manage your household finances like a business?

Businesses have access to tools which have largely been ignored for personal finance. These tools help you see your finances in new and enlightening ways, so you understand your money better than you ever have before.

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Saving for Retirement with a Stingy Employer

An image of a wallet squeezed shut for the blog post titled Saving for Retirement with a Stingy Employer

Saving for retirement is harder than ever as many employers are shifting more of the burden on to employees. See how you can respond.

We discussed saving for retirement and stingy employers on The BIGG Success Show today. Here’s a summary of that discussion.

This show was inspired by a New York Times article by Nelson Schwartz and Michael Corkery. It compared the retirement plan of Sears and Amazon. Sears was more generous.

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