The difference between successful people and really successful people is that really successful people say no to almost everything. – Warren Buffett
Start by Making a Plan.
Keep college expenses in check.
Live Below Your Means.
Make a Budget and Stick to It.
Build Your Emergency Fund.
Automate Your Financial Life.
Max Out Your Retirement Savings.
Up Your Earnings.
Reduce debts. Manage Your Debt Effectively.
Track Your Spending.
Downsize Your Housing.
Use Tax Allowances.
Increase your Investment Every Year.
Diversify Your Investments.
Maintain your Credit Score.
Invest in Real Estate.
Allocate to Equity.
Have more than One Income Stream.
Pay with Cash, Not Credit.
Educate Yourself On Personal Finance.
Learn to budget.
Start an emergency fund.
Start saving for retirement early.
Stay on top of your taxes.
Guard your health.
Protect your wealth.
Streamline Your Cash Flow.
Safeguard Your Greatest Asset – You.
Create a Financial Safety Net.
Invest at Least 10% of Your Monthly Income.
Settle Your Inefficient Debts.
Frugality is the Key.
Plan Your Legacy.
Invest With An Eye On Risk Versus Reward.
Monitor Progress & Adjust As You Go.
Don’t Let Regret Rule Your Future.
It is Never Too Late to Build Wealth.
Invest Regularly and Appropriately.
Play Catch Up – Catch up contributions are the IRS’s way of making it easier for savers age 50 and up to tuck away enough retirement savings.
Learn And Keep Learning On Wealth Creation.
Find an Advantage, Play By Your Own Rules.
Develop and Maintain a Long Term Financial Plan.
Remember that Time is Money (and Money is Time).
Invest Your Bonus.
Don’t Borrow from Your 401(k).
Own a Home and, If Possible, Own Someone Else’s Home.
Don’t Try to Time the Market.
Build and Maintain Relationships.
Create a Health Savings Account.
It is not the creation of wealth that is wrong, but the love of money for its own sake. – Margaret Thatcher
If you would be wealthy, think of saving as well as getting. – Ben Franklin