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How to Grow Your Money

Should teenagers think of their retirement plan now? Is it too late for you to start again if you’re elderly? With issues in the economy creating a difficult environment to make ends meet, money is a struggle for most people these days. But it doesn’t have to be. And the sooner you plant your money seed, the better.

Val Mosley – known as the “Billion Dollar Mom” – lays out what gurus don’t talk about and what financial experts make too complicated. She has created five easy steps that have earned billions by not only making money, but making it grow even after it’s left your hands.

The Heart Beings expert breaks it down into a step-by-step formula designed to be actionable now. For 90-year-olds, you might be cutting it a little close, but as Mosley says, “The best time to plant an oak tree is twenty years ago. The second best time is now.”

Don’t be afraid of words like “investment banks” and “retirement plans,” even if you’re starting late or just graduating from high school. By learning how to turn a crisis into an opportunity, market sell-outs can be your friend. Retirement can be something to look forward to. Having enough money to enjoy luxuries can be possible, and with time as your greatest asset, once you’ve begun, you hardly have to lift a finger.

You can live more comfortably. You can be thriving before you even hit your 30s. You can be out of debt and with more than enough, and all it takes from you is watching the video below, and giving the Billion Dollar Mom five minutes to show you how to make your money grow.

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