Are you financially keeping up with the Jone's?
Phoenix 9/14/2005 11:12 PM GMT (WooEB)
Do you want to move on up to the East side? Or at least improve your quality of living?
It doesn’t matter who you are or where you live, everyone, every single one of us wants to do better,
for ourselves and our families.
So the question is, what are you doing today to make it happen?
If you could change one thing what would it be?
What income producing activity did you do today that makes your personal wealth go up, not the wealth of the company you are employed at?
Tough questions to ask but I urge you to do it.
You can fix it if you don’t know it’s broke!
The Forbes article below has an ingenious little calculator
next to it, sure, it’s geared towards “living real well”
when many people are just trying to pay the mortgage on a
modest home and a note on a Chevy.
I share all this to get to this one point, my passion of
helping other people achieve their financial dreams.
Mine are coming true right now, and yours can to with this
simple business in Arbonne International.
To get started now and learn more, go to:
In a few short months, you can test the calculator below and
smile at the difference.
Here’s to your success!
Forbes: What It Costs To Live Well: Calculator
It's a universal question: How much is enough? Or, more
specifically, how much income does a family of four need to
earn after taxes to live the good life in the U.S.?* Stop
trying to count on your fingers--use our calculator to figure
out where you can live well on what you earn. Total up out
how much more you might need to afford such luxuries as a
fancy house, a weekend retreat and nice cars, or find out
what you might need to cut out in order to live well in your
city of choice.
*Forbes.com totaled the cost of living well for a city in
each state, with a four-bedroom house in an upscale
neighborhood; a vacation home in an upscale resort area;
a BMW 325i sedan and a Lexus RX 330; eating out at a pricey
restaurant once a week; taking three luxury trips a year;
and sending one child to a local private school and one to