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Taking care of your money can be hard. Often, you have more questions than answers on the topic of personal finance. The truth is that it isn’t entirely your fault — money wasn’t taught in school.
Making it even more complicated is the vast amount of personal finance advice — who do you listen to? Who do you trust? Which personal finance courses can you take?
This void in financial education isn’t something to take lightly. It can lead to:
- Debt that seems impossible to get rid of
- Living paycheck to paycheck
- Financial stress that can affect your health and your personal relationships
- and worse!
But don’t worry — you can learn all of this online!
These personal finance courses can help you live a life of true wealth: an abundance of time, money and influence.
We’re going to help you get your personal finances in order, with these step-by-step courses.
What is Personal Finance?
Simply put, personal finance is managing your money.
Why is it important to learn about personal finance?
Understanding and practicing healthy personal finance habits is the difference between:
- Living in the shackles of debt...or being debt-free
- Never retiring….or retiring early
- Financial stress... or financial peace
- Living the life you never wanted….or living the life you deserve
So how can you master personal finance?
What’s the secret?
Step #1 is gaining the knowledge, skills, and mindset you need to master personal finance..
And that’s exactly what you’ll get from these best-selling personal finance courses you can take.
How To Master Personal Finance
These personal finances courses will show you step by step:
- How to create a personalized “wealth plan”
- How “wealthy” people think differently
- How to get out of bad debt
- How to master your cashflow, budget, and pay less taxes
- A financial plan for early retirement
- How to start investing for passive income
Ready to learn? Let’s get started!
Start With a Free Personal Finance Course
That’s why the first step to mastering your personal finances is to create a plan to help you achieve financial desires and goals.
More specifically, you need to create a wealth plan.
The personal finance course Wealth-Building 101 will walk you through how to create this personalized plan.
In this free finance course, which won’t cost you a penny, you’ll also learn:
- How to find out the specific amount of passive income you need to live the lifestyle you’ve dreamed of
- Ways to increase your income by learning how to negotiate a higher salary, how to start a side hustle, or even starting your own business
- How to create a clear-cut path to early retirement
- The differences between good debt and bad debt, and how to leverage the former to build wealth
Foundational Courses for Personal Finance
After you have your wealth plan in hand, the next step is to get an overview of the world of money. There’s a lot to learn!
These courses will help you do just that.
Become a Financial “Adult”
If you are struggling financially, whether that’s struggling to pay your bills or living paycheck to paycheck, you’re not alone. Being an adult is hard — finances included.
If you feel like you're treading water in the deep end of finances, there’s good news: you can turn things around.
This course Financial Adulting, will show you how to do just that. You’ll learn:
- How to shift your thinking about money so that you don’t fear it
- How to get rid of debt and increase your savings
- How to use a “Financial Decision Matrix” so that you can make a logical financial decision for everyday purchases
- How to manage risk for financial security and peace of mind
Build a Strong Financial Education
The best way to weather any storm is to have a strong foundation.
You want the exact same thing for your finances: a strong financial foundation.
In this personal finance course, you’ll learn how to protect your assets, save smarter, and how to put your money to work. You’ll also discover:
- Strategies of the wealthy
- What the “Financial Pyramid of Success” is — and how you can utilize it
- How to reduce financial stress by making specific financial moves so that you can have a peace of mind in the future
- A simple yet unique savings strategy that will help set you up for retirement
- Common financial mistakes that can drain your money and how to avoid them
Courses on Debt Management
Once you have your financial foundation in place, the next step is to tackle one of the most common financial burdens in America: debt. How rampant is it?
The fact is, 8 in 10 Americans have debt.
What’s more, the typical American household has an average debt of $137,063.
If you have any form of bad debt, the following courses can help you get out of it — for good.
Get Out of Debt
Getting out of debt isn’t impossible. It starts with changing the spending habits that landed you in debt in the first place and taking the time to create new positive financial habits.
This powerful course on debt will teach you how to do just that. You’ll learn:
- Positive money habits that you can utilize to save and invest money
- How to prioritize your debt so that you can pay it off in the least amount of time possible
- A simple rule for radically paying off your debt while maintaining an enjoyable lifestyle
Graduate Debt Free
Is it really worth taking on $100,000 or more of debt for a job that will provide a salary of $50,000 — and you may not even enjoy the job?
This is the reality for millions of Americans: they go to college without a plan, take on significant debt. And in the end, not only do they not even like what they majored in — they don’t like their job.
How you plan for college — and what you decide to study — will actually decide your future, whether it’s one in debt or living a life of true wealth.
This course for prospective college students will teach you how to make a smart college investment by creating your own college action plan. You’ll learn:
- how to discover your dream career by interviewing and shadowing real-world industry experts
- how to get your college paid for (without loans!) by finding, applying for, and scoring scholarship money
- how to view your college decision as a business decision — and get the best return on your college investment (ROI)
Credit Scores 101
Perhaps making poor credit decisions put you in bad debt in the first place — or maybe you’re not utilizing it as much as you should.
Either way, you can leverage credit to build long-term wealth. You just have to know how.
Your credit score might just look like a number, but it’s so much more than that. Your credit score is checked when you apply for a mortgage, shop for a new car, apply for a credit card and even when you apply for a new job.
The truth is that in order to grow wealthy, you have to take advantage of opportunities — and nothing limits your opportunities more than bad credit.
In the Intro to Credit course, you’ll learn:
- The history of credit so that you can understand today's credit system
- How you can use utilize credit to make money — without investing your own cash
- A 5-Step credit strategy to go from a credit newbie to a credit expert
Courses on Budgeting & Income Management
Creating a debt plan and seeing it through is incredible progress — great job!
But you can’t stop there.
You also need to know how to better manage your money — and find out unique ways to maximize your income — so you can avoid bad debt in the future.
How do you do that? Take these courses to find out!
You may not have a budget at all, or you may have tried a budget and failed.
Either way, a budget initially doesn’t sound appealing — after all, doesn’t it keep you from spending money on things you enjoy?
A budget is supposed to help you, not hinder you.
You can come up with a fail-proof budget that will help you gain control over your finances — while letting you spend money on the things you enjoy.
In this Smart Budgeting personal finance course, you’ll learn how to:
- Reframe your perspective about budgeting
- Find hidden expenses that are draining your bank account
- Specific tricks to make your budget last
- Find out your money personality and how to create the perfect budget for your personality
Let’s get started.
Master Your Cashflow
Do you feel like even though you’re making money, you’re not sure where it’s going? If you’re struggling to pay your bills or you’re living paycheck-to-paycheck, it’s time to master your cash flow.
Whether you’ve got an individual budget, a family budget, a business budget — this personal finance course will show you exactly how to fix your budget problems — in only 25 minutes per week.
You’ll learn how to:
- Use a downloadable cashflow tracker to get an overhead view of your finances
- How to read your bank statements for spending trends and other insights, along with irregularities and other red flags
- How to predict future cash flow issues and how to resolve them ahead of time
Pay Less Taxes
Have you ever felt like a victim to taxes, forced to pay a specific amount with little to no control?
It doesn’t have to be that way.
If you shift your mindset and educate yourself, the benefits can be tremendous. You can legally reduce your taxes by up to 40%. It’s true!
The best part?
There’s no sneaky stuff.
It’s all legal.
In our Pay Less Taxes course, you’ll learn how:
- The tax law really works — and how you can take advantage of it
- You can (legally) take advantage of business owner tax advantages by changing the way you earn money
- The 4 keys to maximize deductions
- The #1 overlooked tax write-off
- Qualify for lower taxes
Courses on Retirement Planning
Are you satisfied with your current retirement fund? Many American’s aren’t.
Here’s a scary statistic: The average 64-year-old has saved 30% of the $1 million they say they’ll need to maintain a comfortable lifestyle once they stop working.
You don’t want to delay your retirement. And you certainly don’t want to work forever.
That’s why the next step is to begin working on your retirement. Remember, it’s never too early to begin planning for your retirement.
Create Wealth That Lasts
Learn why your perspective (not your money!) is the key to building true wealth.
That’s why it’s important to develop a wealthy mindset, healthy financial habits, and financial skillset — even if you aren’t wealthy right now — so that when you do have wealth, you keep it and don’t lose it.
The personal finance course Wealth That Lasts explains just how to do that. You’ll:
- Examine 6 wealth killers and how to avoid them
- Discover a key strategy for increasing your income
- Find out specific ways to keep a higher rate of return and protect yourself from taxes
The Early Retirement Blueprint
Every person wants to retire as soon as possible. But it comes down to the math: how much money do you need, and how much money do you have?
What if we told you that you could shrink your retirement timeline by 10 years — or more.
It sounds impossible, right?
Early retirement is possible — and it’s within reach! Here’s how.
In The Early Retirement Blueprint personal finance course, you’ll learn how to increase your rate of wealth creation by 3X or MORE.
In the course, you’ll learn:
- How to use the 4 principles of investing to accelerate your wealth-building process — and potentially retire early
- The 3 levels of investing, along with which level comes with the least risk and the most benefit
- An investment strategy that will help you balance your portfolio
- How to build a team of advisors to help your wealth-building journey
- How to make retirement come earlier — sometimes even by decades
The Hidden Power of Life Insurance
There’s another tool that can help you grow and accelerate your wealth that you may not even realize: Life insurance.
Yes, you can take advantage of it — while you’re still alive.
Life insurance isn’t just about planning for death. It can help your short-term savings, long-term growth, and help you accumulate wealth faster.
In The Hidden Power of Life Insurance personal finance course, you’ll learn:
- How life insurance can be used to protect your family in the event of an emergency and suit your more immediate financial needs
- The differences between term, whole life, and universal insurance
- Real-life scenarios so that you can see exactly how life insurance can help you and your family
One of the main ways Americans save for retirement is with a 401(k).
Did you know that not only is a 401(k) rife with hidden fees that eat away at your nest egg — it may not be the best retirement vehicle for you.
In the Freeing Your 401(k) personal finance course, you’ll learn:
- The history behind the 401(k) and why it was not created in YOUR favor
- The problem with pensions and 401(k)s
- Why you need a diversified retirement plan — and how to do it
- Strategies for turning your retirement funds into passive income
Final Step: Learn How to Start Investing
You’ve made it to the final step! Congratulations.
Let’s look at how far you’ve come.
These personal finance courses have taught you so much about …
- Foundational principles for personal finance, such as how to build a strong financial education
- How to get out of bad debt — and into good debt
- How to manage your income by budgeting while still maintaining a lifestyle you deserve
- Unique ways to save for retirement and retirement education
You’re closer to financial freedom now than ever before. Great job!
Here’s the next step …
Now that you’ve mastered your personal finances with these courses, the next level is becoming an investor. It’s time to learn about:
- Investment principles so that you can make safe and confident decisions
- How to invest in real estate, stocks, and gold
- How to create a diverse portfolio of investments
And you can do that right here.