Do you read or listen to great financial advice, then get flustered and confused as to which ones to follow? Do you want to know who you need to listen to, and who to completely ignore?
In other words, should someone tell you what to do with your finances?
Then you need to stick around. So many of you are asking me wonderful questions I felt that the world needs to hear them too. If one of you is even wondering about a particular issue about money, surely there are tons of others out there that are asking the same thing!
In the first of many reader questions I’ll answer, this one is particularly juicy because I know it’s something we all think about, but might be afraid to ask.
Lisa and I emailed each other back and forth for some time, and like a lot people, she wonders what it is that she really needs to do when it comes to her personal finances.
I get it, there is a lot of great advice out there. In fact, I read a ton of blogs and books on the subject. And don’t get me started on podcasts. Yes, I absorb a lot, but does that mean I need to follow each and every single piece of advice I come across?
Watch the video below and you’ll see why personal finance advice doesn’t always look out for your interest. I also cover two questions to ask yourself every time you come across what you think is good personal finance advice.
After you’ve seen the video, go ahead and ask me any money questions you have.
I’d also love to know: what types of money advice have you taken to heart or completely ignored? Why?
As always, I’m so grateful you take the time to watch my videos or read the blog and ask questions. I’m truly blessed to be able to help, even in the smallest capacity.
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