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Adam Goulding

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Member since: Apr 19, 2012

My name is Adam Goulding and my story is quite simple. Four years ago my bank balance was so low paying rent was a big problem. March 15th 2005 was the day rock-bottom was hit emotionally and financially for me. The term completely broke and debt-ridden sums it up nicely. This was the result of a "she will be right" attitude.

Then like a flash of lightning, a thought so extremely simple, yet a powerful realisation hit me. Whatever happened in my life with money up to March 15th 2005 wasn't working! Most decisions about my money to then were wrong. This one true realisation changed my life... who could show me a way out of financial danger? Not changing was not an option, as things would only get worse as time went by.

Then my girlfriend, Renee (now my wife) let me in on her system for growing money. Knowing Renee was much better at handling money than me, she could help. She told me secret number one of keeping more money in my bank account. This was the KISS principle, KISS simply stands for "Keep It Simple Stupid".

Renee started to show me how easy and quick killing my debt could be. Stop my spending ways and get back on the right path with my money. Due to working with Renee, I'm very proudly announcing our goal of "becoming financially independent". In fact, between Jan 1st 2007 and Dec 31st 2008 savings of ,975.71 have been achieved. Just by using Renee's "Keep It Simple Stupid" ideas, our overall wealth has accumulated.

My new book is called "How to cut your debt to zero in 5 simple steps the keep it simple stupid home budget".

Thanks Adam Goulding (Also known as Mr Home Budget)

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Here is a great book review from one of Australia's most trusted TV person. Not just great budgeting advice but great advice on life.

News & Society> Economics l 3 years ago

Build up your money muscles with America's favourite finance coach. Okay, folks, do you want to turn those fat and flabby expenses into a well-toned budget? Then get with the program, people.

News & Society> Economics l 3 years ago

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