You’re not alone! Each of us will owe an average of $989 in holiday debt this year—which is why Woman's World asked top experts to share their cleverest, easiest ways to whittle those bills away
The annual tax deadline approaches. So does the start of that annual ritual—frantic efforts to retrieve receipts, document donations, and find forms. With programs like Quickbooks and Mint supplanting the manila folders and tax organizers of the past, the old methods of compiling documents are as anachronistic as pulling your car over to look at a paper map. What are their best organization methods right now?
Why do some people achieve their goals, and others fall short? Financial planners, life coaches, and professional organizers ought to know. They earn their living by helping people reach important goals. These experts know better than anyone how to set a goal—and how to keep moving forward until you achieve it. And many are living their own dream of self-employment because they set that goal for themselves. Here is the best advice from the professional goal-setters Atlas talked to.
Jordan on Fox News discussing the deficit and how you can pay off your mortgage in 5 to 7 years instead of 30 years by using a strategy called Mortgage Equity Optimization. You can find out more about it by clicking here.
Jordan discusses low mortgage rates & higher bank fees on the View. Find out more about Mortgages and Mortgage Equity Optimization and how to save on credit card fees.