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Welcome to Financially Poor

Financially Poor was created to help you gain the knowledge to achieve Financial Freedom. There are 2 ways to cover your expenses, either increase your income or decrease your expenses. I’ll show you how to do each of those. You’ll learn how to cut your expenses and earn extra money. I’ll share with you the ideas I come up with and use myself to make extra money.

I was laid off in early 2011 and since then I’ve been earning my money completely online. So I won’t just be showing you how other people make money, I’ll be showing you how I make money.

It’s not easy to change your life for the better but I’m here to make it a little better to accomplish. If you ever have an idea or subject that you want me to cover, feel free to shoot me an email from the contact page. If you’re new here then be sure to check out the New Readers Area to get the best advice and information offered on Financially Poor.

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  • You know it’s so funny for me, because I was reflecting by myself and came up with the conclusion that I was undergoing the process of “Breaking the Cycle of Being Financially Poor”. Yes, it is true that in my family, my parents just work to pay our bills and for daily expenses. And also, about being jealous to what others have can cause trouble in a way that you also want to have what they have even if you cannot afford it. It’s good to have read about these things because it helps us realize things that are more important.

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  • Hi, sorry to hear about you being laid off but fortunetly for you – you have come out of this stronger.

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    • I, too, am sorry you got laid off. However, sometimes that can be the best thing for many people! It maybe affords you the opportunity to pursue an avenue that you have always wanted to pursue. Good luck to you!

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  • I like the two steps to improving but I think the combination of the two actually works the best. How about decrease your expenses as you increase your income. For you hopefully losing your job will be better for you and your life then actually having the 40-60 work weeks.

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  • Sorry to hear about you being laid off but remember, strength comes from adversity. You’ll be fine….i’m sure of it! :)

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  • Being laid off can actually be a blessing in disguise you know? I mean now you have all the time of your life to dedicate to your online business and it’s even bringing you a full time income without having to stick to the 50 hours a week job routine. I am currently trying to get back on the financial track and for me the easiest option is to try and and cut down the expenses, but I’m sure you know that this is easier said than done.

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  • I don’t really like the idea of being laid off and your boss promise you that he/she will bring back your job once everything is okay. In some ways, it made me become much stronger and I learn to focus even more on my recent job.

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  • It’s interesting, the “security” of a 9-5er often holds people back from making more money, working less hours, doing whaty they love while working for themselves. Congrats on the transition!

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  • Sorry to hear you were laid off. It is seeming to happen more and more these days. Good to see you have done something productive though! It seems like you have come out on top. Hope you have an encouraging and Merry Christmas!

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  • Like the others, sorry to hear about your lay off. However, by the looks of it, it was a blessing in disguise and has motivated you to run this website.

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