Tom Corley returns with his new book Rich Kids: How to Raise Our Children to be Happy and Successful in Life.
Tom Corley exposes the information from his studies:
- Why poor parents are to blame for the poverty in America
- Five activities that will guarantee you will avoid living a life in poverty
- How one Hello Call helped him make $60,000 in 3 hours
- The 3 Paths of Wealth
- Are sports better than after-school activities?
- And the Future Mirror Strategy
Want to hear more about Rich Habits? Listen to Episode 148
Enter the autographed book giveaway
Tom wants to give away a copy of Rich Kids to a lucky MoneyPlan SOS listener.
Go to MoneyPlanSOS.com/RichKids for one of five ways to enter.
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Coin is Doomed
In December 2013 I was really excited about Coin – a debit card sized payment card that can store up to eight credit, debit, gift, and membership cards and switch between them at the press of a button.
The promise was they would deliver Coin in the Summer 2014. My reason for having a Coin is simple: Nobody really knows what kind of card you are using to pay for your goods or service. In other words, I could swipe my coin with my debit card selected and the customer service rep at the car rental counter wouldn’t be able to tell the difference.
BOOM! The “you can’t rent a car with a debit card” myth is forever busted (again)!
An article was released last month by ValleyWag said “Coin Cards Will Be Obsolete Months After They Are Released“. I disagreed with some of the reasons they gave in the article and wrote my rebuttal in an article for LibertyInvestor.com. The article was submitted on August 26th but wasn’t released until September 9th – the day Apple Pay was announced!
UGH! What horrible timing. Many of the reasons stated in my article still stand, but Apple Pay is showing the next stage of payment technology that will kill Coin before the iPhone7 comes out.
Did you order a coin? Are you still excited about its release?