7 REMEDIES TO A WAFER-THIN BANK    ACCOUNTPUBLISHED BY GIANTS LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES              From our Wealth Mastery D...
DisclaimerWhat we share, you may have heard.Then why are you still within the herd?With common sense and massive action,St...
IntroductionWe are always complaining about not havingenough money in our bank accountsSo . . . Here are 7 practical remed...
Allow Your Bank Account to Fatten  "But when I began to take out  from my purse but nine parts of  the ten I put in," Arka...
Control Your Expenses"That what each of us calls ournecessary expenses will alwaysgrow to equal our incomes unlesswe prote...
Multiply Your Wealth"A mans wealth is not in the coinshe carries in his purse; it is theincome he buildeth. That is whatth...
Protect Your Wealth from Loss"The first sound principle of investment issecurity for thy principal.   The penalty ofrisk is...
Make Your House an Asset, Not a Liability"Thus come many blessings to the manwho owneth his own house. And greatlywill it ...
Insure Your Future Income  "No man can afford not to  insure a treasure for his old  age and the protection of his  family...
Be Teachable. Always."The more of wisdom we know, the morewe may earn. The man who seeks to learnmore of his craft shall b...
Nonetheless, we are not the financial gurus . . .           Instead, we seek these financial strategists                    ...
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We are always complaining about not having enough money in our bank accounts
Here are 7 practical remedies for you to fatten your wafer-thin bank accounts . . .
7 Remedies to a Wafer-Thin Bank Account is an adaptation of George S. Clason's Classic 'The Richest Man In Babylon'.
The Wealth Division in Giants Learning Technologies has created this succinct information for you to read and digest. Hopefully this will spur you to take massive action.
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    1. 1. 7 REMEDIES TO A WAFER-THIN BANK ACCOUNTPUBLISHED BY GIANTS LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES From our Wealth Mastery Division ‘LIKE’ us at www.facebook.com/Theageofgiants ADAPTED FROM THE RICHEST MAN IN BABYLON, A CLASSIC FROM GEORGE S. CLASON
    2. 2. DisclaimerWhat we share, you may have heard.Then why are you still within the herd?With common sense and massive action,Step out boldly with determination!
    3. 3. IntroductionWe are always complaining about not havingenough money in our bank accountsSo . . . Here are 7 practical remedies for you tofatten your wafer-thin bank accounts . . .Enjoy!
    4. 4. Allow Your Bank Account to Fatten "But when I began to take out from my purse but nine parts of the ten I put in," Arkad said, "it began to fatten. So will thine." You are capable of receiving a lot of money into your life Start by SAVING 10% of your INCOME that comes along your way Use piggy banks, saving accounts . . . whatever. Just Save.
    5. 5. Control Your Expenses"That what each of us calls ournecessary expenses will alwaysgrow to equal our incomes unlesswe protest to the contrary," Arkadstated.   "Confuse not the necessaryexpenses with thy desires." Look at your consolidated bank account statement . . . Do you see money gushing out or money trickling in? You may make $10,000 a month . . . But if you spend $9000 a month, you are no better off than making $1000 a month
    6. 6. Multiply Your Wealth"A mans wealth is not in the coinshe carries in his purse; it is theincome he buildeth. That is whatthou desireth:   an income thatcontinueth to come whether thouwork or travel." It’s not a joke when a Bank offers you a 50-year home loan. It reflects the reality of rising inflation rates and stagnant wages Make your own informed decision, invest a portion of your money by other means, according to your risk/reward ratio
    7. 7. Protect Your Wealth from Loss"The first sound principle of investment issecurity for thy principal.   The penalty ofrisk is probable loss.   Study carefully,before parting with thy treasure, eachassurance that it may be safely reclaimed.  Be not misled by thine own desires tomake wealth rapidly." Getting rich takes time. A tree can reach out high only when its roots are in place If you’re going to take risks, and invest your money, learn to make calculated risks Don’t just look out for Returns on Investment, Rather it is Return of your Investment!
    8. 8. Make Your House an Asset, Not a Liability"Thus come many blessings to the manwho owneth his own house. And greatlywill it reduce his cost of living, makingavailable more of his earnings forpleasures and the gratification of hisdesires." There is no ownership for the renter. Ever. As long as you stay in your house, and it is still under mortgage loans, it remains a liability Look for re-financing to reduce your interest rates, and always be on the look out for other rental yielding properties Take a look at cheaper overseas properties. The grass can be greener on the other side
    9. 9. Insure Your Future Income "No man can afford not to insure a treasure for his old age and the protection of his family, no matter how prosperous his business and investments may be."What Man proposes, God disposesWhile the future is unknown, take the rightmeasures to ensure a certain level of financialstabilityInsurance is the only financial tool to providea certain payout in uncertain times
    10. 10. Be Teachable. Always."The more of wisdom we know, the morewe may earn. The man who seeks to learnmore of his craft shall be richly rewarded.Cultivate thy own powers, study andbecome wiser, become more skillful, andact as to respect thyself." Pre-conceived ideas can be a cap on your ability to be a better person Constantly learn, discover and share Never underestimate the opportunity to monetise your favorite hobby or skill
    11. 11. Nonetheless, we are not the financial gurus . . . Instead, we seek these financial strategists and bring them along your way For more details, ‘LIKE’ us at www.facebook.com/Theageofgiantsor simply email us at ask@theageofgiants.net to gain exclusive invites to these investment seminars

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