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Debt Free Company Helping Others Save
I received an email the other day from someone that wanted to share a program that is not only helping them make and save money, but helping others as well.
Though I haven't done the program myself — I did want to share it with you in case it interests you.
Buying Gold as an Investment
We've all heard that buying gold is a good investment. There are some that believe it's the absolute only thing that is worth investing in. Everywhere I read… from Forbes magazine to Wikipedia state that gold is a great investment for mitigating risk. I don't personally own any gold, other than my wedding ring — but as I researched more and more into this — I became more and more impressed with gold as an investment.
But Who Can Afford Gold? Not Me!
If you're like me, you don't have a lot of extra cash just laying around. Today for instance, I'm sitting here trying to figure out how to come up with the rest of the payment for a soccer camp my daughter wants to attend in two weeks. I had put a small deposit down on the camp – and now it's time for the additional $200. For me — $200 is a lot of money. I'm not ashamed by that — but it doesn't change the fact that I need to figure out how to make my budget work to include this. I have been working hard to pay off credit cards by using the snowball method — and it may just end up that my “snowball” payment for this month has to be used for the camp. BUT — that being said, the money I have going into my emergency fund won't be touched. And I can get right back on track with my snowball payments next month.
But you get the idea of what I am saying here — trying to pay off debt, your regular bills, save for retirement, college for your kids and have an emergency fund can get hairy, stressful and frustrating. So how am I gonna buy gold too, if that's something I really feel will help my future financial goals?
That's where a program like MyGoldSavingsClub.com can help. You're buying gold in increments. Affordable increments. So that people like you and I, if we choose to — can buy gold.
I'm Interested — I Want to Learn More
If this post has peaked your interest, I'd like to introduce you to Kris Baringer at MyGoldSavingsClub.com. Kris can help you with more info and details. Over 400 people are now purchasing and saving on gold thanks to Kris.