Extra Digit Movement Why People Struggle Even When They Make Good Money

Published on Feb. 21, 2015

www.financialhealthmentor.com - Why do people struggle even when they make good money. Four reasons #1 - Inflation: the cost of living is outpacing any pay increase we may get on our jobs. #2 - Taxes: The average hard working American is losing 28-33% of their income to taxes but don't realize that there are legit ways to reduce tax liability. #3 - Debt: Because taxes and inflation has such a negative affect on us we tend to borrow money to make up the slack. #4 - Poor Money Decisions: As the saying goes "you don't know what you don't know" as a result what we don't know is costing us big money because of the decisions we make due to a lack of financial literacy. go to www.financialhealthmentor.com and subscribe to our email list to get great practical, proven wealth creation strategies specifically for hard working people. If you want to join me in the Extra Digit Movement click here: https://hcortez.myecon.net/signup.php www.financialhealthmentor.com www.financialhealthmentor.com MyEcon is a debt free technology company that focuses on teaching the fundamentals of wealth creation. The core principles in myEcom is wealth build through the reduction of tax liability, high interest debt and sound sound financial decisions and investments into financial instruments that will out pace inflation. When you join the Extra Digit Movement through myEcon you will learn how to build long term wealth with the money that you are already making. www.financialhealthmentor.com related blog posts bit.ly/myeconreview bit.ly/truepowerofhomebiz bit.ly/cuttaxesfrompaycheck See Extra Digit Presentation part 1 click here http://youtu.be/Bl-1zqDrKYo Part 2 http://youtu.be/mBoAlbcS32w Part 3 http://youtu.be/pLDCqoYvCNA Part 4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3odeok_LvI http://youtu.be/SZ5Kkzx051Q Disclaimer: for information purposes only: H Cortez the Financial Health Mentor is not a financial professional. Check with a certified professional before implementing any new financial or tax strategy.