Early Retirement sounds like a dream, doesn’t it? Mr. Mad Money Monster and I subscribe to the school of thought that the little stuff pays off big, and the big stuff pays off BIGGER.
Launching Mad Money Coaching
Mad Money Monster is officially launching a FREE (yes, I used the “F” word) online money coaching service to help people who need a little guidance, a lot of guidance, or those who just don’t know what the hell they are doing. We’re also here to help if you want a second set of eyes, a dash of motivation, or a kick in the financial a$$.
How Do I sign up?
No need to sign up! Just shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org! Enter “I Need A Money Coach” in the subject line.
What We Need From You
–Goals (Include your short-term and long-term goals, as well as any specific questions you might have)
–Income (Include all income)
–Debts (Include all debts with interest rates)
–Savings (Include all accounts and balances, including retirement accounts, etc)
–Current Budgets (Are you using one? If so, what does it look like?)
–Any information you think will help us help you
After receiving your email, we will confirm reception and provide you with an estimated time for our response. We will shoot for having a personalized financial analysis back to you within a few days :)
Not for you? That’s okay. Feel free to spread the word to anyone who might benefit from this FREE service.
Disclaimer: Mad Money Monster does not provide professional financial advice. The free money coaching service is meant to provide insight into different financial strategies, including budgeting, increasing income, increasing savings, and identifying excessive spending. Individuals seeking specialized financial investment advice should seek a certified financial planner/adviser.
Dying broke isn’t a bad thing, unless you were broke long before you died. I’m not saying that money will make you happy, what I’m saying is money helps you live a less stressful life, especially during the latter years. This question goes out to all of the people in the personal finance community – readers, writers, and those just getting their financial feet wet – do you plan on leaving legacy wealth? Or, do you prefer to die broke? Let’s explore each option.