NBC’S TODAY SHOW – MONEY 911 – SEPTEMBER 19, 2012

If you missed me this morning on NBC’s TODAY show Money 911 segment- be sure to check it out now!  Today on the panel we answered viewer questions about dealing with a low home appraisal and how to stop the process on a short sale. Enjoy! 

Live Rich,
David Bach

NBC’s Today Show – Money 911 – May 16, 2012

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If you missed NBC’s Today Show – Money 911 segment this morning, make sure to watch it now. This week we discussed how to take advantage of cell phone loyalty programs, whether to use extra money to pay of student loans or put towards a home, and what to do about collection agencies harassing you about your debt. Hopefully our answers helped you this week. If you have a question you would like answered on Money 911, go HERE to submit it!

 

Live Rich,

David Bach

NBC’s Today Show – Money 911 – April 18, 2012

If you missed me this morning on NBC’s TODAY show, Money 911 segment make sure to watch it now. We answered questions about tax liens, what to do if your mortgage is upside down, and paying taxes when it comes to cashing in an inherited IRA. Take a minute to check out the segment, our answers could help you or someone close to you!

Live Rich,
David Bach

 

NBC’s Today Show – Money 911 – January 18, 2012

If you missed me on this morning’s NBC’s Today Show, Money 911 segment, make sure to watch it above, we answered questions about paying down debt, government grants, your FICO score, and most importantly borrowing from your 401k.

I have been seeing more and more questions about borrowing from a 401k these past few months on my Facebook page, on Money 911 and during Live Chats. So I thought it would beneficial to give you all a quick lesson on the topic and expand on my answer from Money 911 this morning. Watch the video I did and let me know if you found the information helpful by commenting below!

 

Live Rich,
David Bach

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My Exclusive Interview With John Assaraf

Check out the thought-provoking interview I did with my good friend and New York Times bestselling Author of The Answer and Having It All – John Assaraf.

In this interview you will learn:

  • Critical rules of investing
  • My perfect pie investment approach to help secure your financial future
  • The #1 investment habit you must adopt before it’s too late
  • The best method to reduce your interest rates and pay off your debts—fast!
  • The single most important decision you can make right now to get out of debt
  • A mortgage oversight that banks sometimes never tell you about
  • Pitfalls to avoid when refinancing your mortgages
  • And much, much more!

Enjoy and let me know what you think by commenting below!


Live Rich,
David Bach

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My 5 Quick Tips to Get Financially Fit in 2012

Heading into the New Year everyone wants to know, what they can do to get financially fit–fast! Well, here are my five pieces of financial advice for 2012 …drum roll!

1) PAY YOURSELF FIRST. That means the moment you earn a dollar, you direct at least the first hour of income in the day to a retirement account (like a 401k plan, IRA, Roth IRA or SEP IRA).

2) SAVE MONEY AUTOMATICALLY. That means that everything you save for yourself, make the money move automatically. You have your earnings deposited automatically for you, and it’s moved automatically at your bank into the various savings accounts you set up for retirement, emergency, college savings, home etc.

3) PAY DOWN YOUR DEBT. If you have credit card debt, rather than worry about investing right now focusing on paying the credit card debt down. Go to http://finishrich.com/dolp/ and download my tool to help you pay down your debt or go to Debt Wise which is a site I promote with Equifax that helps you pay down your debt -automatically, saving you time and money (in interest) in the process! Debt reduction is the key to financial security and freedom…so get serious about paying it down in 2012.

4) REFINANCE YOUR MORTGAGE FROM 30 YEAR TO 15 YEAR. If you can afford to make extra payments on your mortgage – do it! If you are really ready to get serious about being debt free, refinance from a 30 year to a 15 year mortgage. The rates on mortgages are the lowest that we have practically ever seen, and now is a great time to do this.

5) GET SMART FINANCIALLY. To me the best investment you can make financially in 2012 will be in your own financial education. Learn more, read books, take classes,  and make sure to tune in to NBC’s TODAY show – Money 911 each week, visit the section of today.com … make learning about money a priority,  learning everything you can about YOUR MONEY, what you own and what you can to invest. Financial education is a MUST in 2012!

Live Rich!

David Bach

 

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