Get rich slow — not quick.
It’s rare that you get rich quick. Sure, ads claim it, but if you follow the steps on this site, you may get rich slow.
When you cut bills, your finances will become more efficient. Just shaving $20 a month off your cell phone bill adds up to $240 a year.
When you save $200 a month on your mortgage by comparing competitive lenders and utilizing the best credit score (by removing negative marks), that adds up to $2,400 a year.
Those savings can be diversified and invested for early retirement or used for vacations. Either way, it’ll make a big difference in your life.
“Compound interest is the most powerful force in the universe.” — by Albert Einstein (according to recent pop culture)
Although, it was unlikely said by Einstein, it’s still true what a difference incremental improvements will make in your life.
This site hopes to keep making those continual improvements.