"Anybody that isn't willing to back up what they say with proof -- put their money where they mouth is, so to speak -- isn't worth getting involved with."
By William Ballard
Last week I introduced the first four of the eight major money mistakes that the average American commits on a day to day basis. As a recap, those first four are:
1) Saving for a "Rainy Day"
2) The Poor Spender Who Thinks He's Rich
3) Playing The Nonsense Comparison Game
4) Getting Pulled Under The Trends Current
If you haven't read that first article in this series, then I suggest you do so by going HERE before reading further. If you have read that article, then you are really in for a treat this week. So, without further ado, let's get right into it.