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Money Doctor Neil Gallagher, Financial Planning Specialist— Reveals “Truths from a Time-Pill ®” Money Strategies

PRWeb Monday, 24 September 2018 ()
Drawing on 50 years of experience, Doc Gallagher reveals financial strategies that could help people live more comfortably now and in the future.

DALLAS (PRWEB) September 24, 2018

Money Doctor Neil Gallagher has been a successful entrepreneur, investment counselor, and financial journalist for more than two decades, managing over one billion in assets and serving over one thousand clients worldwide.

In addition, he also hosts weekly radio programs covering financial communication, the psychology of investing, wealth creation, family enrichment, and the importance of estate planning.

Drawing on 50 years of experience and seeing thousands of money trials, triumphs, tragedies in the lives of others, Money Doctor Neil Gallagher, Financial Planning Specialist— Reveals “Truths from a Time-Pill ®” Money Strategies that could help people live more comfortably now and in the future.

“I swallowed the time-pill. A jolt but it felt good sliding down. And it thrust me back 50 years, to my twenties,” Doc Gallagher remarks. “What would I do with my M-O-N-E-Y?”

Financial Tips to Follow:

1.    I practice the 70-15-15 rule with my first check

a)    Give 15%- I give my 15% to my local church or Habitat for Humanity, Mother Teresa Foundation on or Feed the Children, etc. There’s a drive in me (and you) to feel significant.

b)    Save 15%- Time plus persistence equals results.·     $3.50 a day =
·     $100 a month =
·     $1200 a year

c)    Live on the 70 %

“Live NOW like no one else does so that you live LATER like no one else,” Doc Gallagher contends.

·     Eat at home. Cheaper, faster and nutrition-rich.
·     Power lunch was invented by restaurants. It’s power to them.
·     Drive a pre-owned car.
·     Join the “Y” at $10 a month rather than the health club at $100.
·     Pay off debt at end of the month, every month.

2. After practicing the 70-15-15 rule I then FIGHT FOR MY MONEY…like a drowning man fighting for air.

“I use only debit-cards, giving me all the advantages and freedom of credit cards with one BIG PLUS. There’s a lid on it,” Doc Gallagher continues. “If it ain’t in the bank I can’t spend it.”

Fighting for my money, I resist impulsive spending. Before spending, I ask myself:

Do I really need this?

Can I get it cheaper somewhere else?

Can I buy with cash?

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