Most Americans are glad 2015 is behind them. That’s because so many of them fell short of their financial goals for the year according to a new Capital One study[i]. Despite being determined to do better, i.e., paying down debts and saving more money, most people failed. For instance:
Despondently 2016 will not be any better UNLESS they team up with those who have the expertise to empower them to make the changes that will accomplish what they really desire to accomplish in life. And the good news is that at Life Benefits you will find the expertise you can team up with. We have helped thousands of Americans and people around the globe become wealthier by sharing the Perpetual Wealth Code™ with them and you can benefit too.
The question for now is:
Here are a few things that thwarted most Americans last year:
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That’s because everyone can realistically discover the way to save more money without denying themselves certain indulgences once they understand the perpetuity of money. The universal law regarding the flow of money is what most Americans don’t apply, or even know exists, that prevents them from becoming wealthier every year.
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There is simply no excuse to allow 2016 to pass you by and not end up better off than you are today. But in order to improve it will take your active participation. Call 702-660-7000 today and find out how you can make 2016 better and 2017 even better and so on…! It all starts with the action you take today.
[i] Data taken from: Most American’s Personal Financial Goals Fell Short This Year, Gregory Breisger, 12-12, 2015, NYPost