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FREE GUIDE - 10 Tips to Save Money and Crush Debt in 2018

The new year is here, and along with that comes resolutions. It's the time of year where many people consider their life and the direction of where it’s going. Do you want to lose weight? Do you want to spend more time with family and friends? Do you want to get organized? Do you want to learn something new?

Did you know that one of the top resolutions for the new year is to pay off debt and save more money? Whether it’s cutting your spending, saving money, or eliminating debt, many people look to improve their relationship with money. The trouble is most people don’t know where to begin. That’s what this guide is all about.

Why do you care what I think? Well, many years ago I found myself in a lot of debt. I had no savings, and it seemed every year I got older the more debt I would accumulate. I was working at a job I didn’t like to pay bills I could barely afford. Sadly, I know many people live this way, and that’s why I created a business that teaches people the simple process I followed to change my financial life and my entire future. I’m now 100% debt free, my wife and I run our businesses, and we are free to do whatever we want. Sounds cool, right? It’s spectacular.

If you’re looking to transform your financial life in the upcoming year, and you’re not sure where to start, this 10-step guide is going to walk you through the essential items you need to consider as you get started. There’s no reason you can’t do what I've done, and what so many of our Roots of Personal Finance members are doing. All it takes is some direction and a lot of hard work. A debt-free life is possible, and this guide can get you started!

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Are you looking for help and answers to your financial challenges and you aren't sure where to begin? Look no further! Our FREE course is a great way to get started so you know what you should work on first in order to reach a stress-free financial life.