How Will You Attain Financial Independence?
What does financial independence look like to you? A paid off mortgage, no more monthly payments on car loans, student loans and credit cards. Perhaps the ability to travel, own a vacation home or pay for your grandchildren’s education. The possibilities are endless when you have control.
How would you craft your life differently if you knew beforehand the impact of all of your financial decisions? We call this Financial Intelligence (FI) or 20/20 financial foresight. Most of the population lacks it.
What we need is a GPS. Just like when you are traveling: you enter the destination and the GPS tells you the best route to take to get you there the fastest, guiding you every step of the way. A financial GPS could do the same by making your money work for you and getting you to zero debt the fastest way possible. A program designed to save you time and interest on every debt you have. Making your money work smarter with your existing income.
Perhaps it should go so far as to help you create wealth, build a substantial savings nest egg based on your financial goals. Learning what debts to pay off first or how much extra to send and even when to send it. We’ve not been taught how to do this.
Well, that may not be true. You might have heard of pay off plans, debt consolidations, refinances and other methods. The hard part is determining what is right for you. What are the ramifications for each? Whomever you go to for advice will certainly be of their own opinion on what you should do with your money. What if you had total control? You should have total control!
Perhaps you are a math genius and can figure this out. I’d imagine it would take countless hours of strategizing, over-analyzing, calculating and constant updates to do so. You’d need a super-computer to run complex mathematical algorithms every second with the goal of getting you to zero debt the fastest way possible. Who’s got time for that?
You’d have to consider using the principles of strategic payoff, interest accumulation, interest float and interest cancellation. Mastering one of these can be a task, but to work all of them at the same time is not a job for the weak of heart or for anyone lacking attention to detail.
So, what you may be looking for is a system to help you control your money and pay off your debts faster than you thought possible in a smart and efficient manner with a goal of getting you to zero the fastest and saving you the most money possible. Smart Debt has a tool that will give you the financial independence you want in a fraction of the time. If you spend less than you make each month this system can work for you. Imagine the possibilities of debt-freedom.