Do you ever find yourself needing help making financial decisions? Where do you go to find help or seek answers to your difficult questions?
Everyday, more and more people are relying on the Internet to help them solve a mystery. Most people just google the problem they have and up pops a YouTube video, orbetter yet, a bullet point guide to "fix" your issue quickly.
The problem with using this type of help is that you can not rely on the source of information. What does this person do for a living besides write fancy articles? Do they actually practice anything that they teach? Maybe they are really good at getting on the top pages of Google with content and nothing else.
If you need help with financial decisions, my suggestion is to really look into the source of information first. Make sure that the person offering advice or information actually has some skin in the game. A lot of "financial advice" actually comes from multi-millionaires that haven't actually struggled with money in years, maybe even decades. My readers can rest assured that I do own a small business, I practice accounting everyday, and I am offering a real world perspective on changing your financial future because it worked for me.
I hope that when you need help with financial decisions, I can offer you advice from a person with a little "skin" in the game.