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Todd Tresidder

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Todd Tresidder is a financial coach at FinancialMentor.com. His unconventional take on worn financial topics has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Investor’s Business Daily, Smart Money magazine, Yahoo Finance, and more. He’s authored 5 financial education books including How Much Money Do I Need To Retire?, Variable Annuity Pros and Cons, and the 4% Rule and Safe Withdrawal Rates In Retirement. You can find him on Google Plus.

Are You a Slave to Your Spending?

Personal Finance

Are You a Slave to Your Spending?

Are You a Slave to Your Spending?

Which do you prefer – real wealth, or the appearance of wealth? How do you know? The answer is simple. Your daily financial decisions tell the truth with absolute certainty. Judge by results: often harsh, always fair. Every day you make financial decisions that choose between lifestyle today and financial freedom tomorrow. For most consumers,… Read More

Help! I’m In Debt… Again

Managing Debt

Help! I’m In Debt… Again

Help! I’m In Debt… Again

You hate debt. You got out of debt once and vowed you’d never let it happen again. But here you are – stuck in debt again. It’s not fair! How did it happen so quickly? And what can you do to create a permanent debt solution so that you never repeat the pattern again? The… Read More

The Step-by-Step Solution to Erase Your Debt

Managing Debt

The Step-by-Step Solution to Erase Your Debt

The Step-by-Step Solution to Erase Your Debt

Everyone knows how to solve debt and credit problems — make more and spend less. However, knowing what to do is one thing; actually getting it done is another matter. If you are in debt, then those results prove that something is standing between you and the solution you already fully understand. Tracing the problem… Read More

7 Money Habits That Can Make or Break You

Managing Debt

7 Money Habits That Can Make or Break You

7 Money Habits That Can Make or Break You

Why do you keep buying things you can’t afford? It makes no sense: it’s not rational. Nobody wants to be in debt. The answer is simple: debt problems are emotional, not rational. Debt results from unconscious habits and attitudes that cause you to spend more than you can afford. In other words, everyone knows the… Read More

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