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The Burleson Business Builders Resource Page

Thanks for sitting through 15 (or so) minutes of me trying to talk as quickly as I can to impart as much information as I could without actually running over time. I appreciate your patience and attention!

Burleson Business Builders

There’s no way I can adequately cover everything about personal finance in 15 minutes, so, since you were interested enough to come to this page, I’m giving you some more resources you can look at.

If you’re interested, I have a free newsletter that gives you 52 weeks of personal finance ideas and tips that you won’t find anywhere else, my website, the Internet, anywhere. All you have to do is click on that link, sign up, and then click on the confirmation link in the e-mail I send you. It’s crucial that you click on the confirmation link! Since I don’t spam and want to ensure I remain compliant with the CAN-SPAM laws, I do a double opt-in, which means that you have to input your e-mail address and then confirm that’s what you want to do. Just in case you missed it.

I hate spammers.

Here’s the presentation I handed out at the meeting.

The first place to look is my Ultimate Guide to Managing Your Day-to-Day Finances. It has tons of resources for the day-to-day affairs of you and your money.

Personal Finances Topics

Debt Sucks. It Must Die.

Spend Less, Save More

Investing, Saving, Financial Planning, and Retirement

My Thoughts on Small Business and Entrepreneurship

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Author Profile

John Davis
John Davis is a nationally recognized expert on credit reporting, credit scoring, and identity theft. He has written four books about his expertise in the field and has been featured extensively in numerous media outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, CNN, CBS News, CNBC, Fox Business, and many more. With over 20 years of experience helping consumers understand their credit and identity protection rights, John is passionate about empowering people to take control of their finances. He works with financial institutions to develop consumer-friendly policies that promote financial literacy and responsible borrowing habits.

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