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For Immediate Release:
Date: Oct. 12, 2010
Contact: Preston Parker, Founder and President
Cache Valley Area Investors Association
Americans can become financially independent within seven to ten years.
The Cache Valley Area Investors Association teaches people how.
LOGAN, Utah – Education to understand how to become financially independent is available. When most Americans think about financial independence, they think of the American dream; working hard, earning a living to support their family, being debt free, and being able to buy whatever they want. However, most people who are financially independent drive small cars and live in small houses: they spend less than they make.
The Cache Valley Area Investors Association (CVAIA) is one group in Cache Valley that feels it is important to become financially independent and strives to increase education on the subject.
Preston Parker, President of the CVAIA, said, “Most Americans are raised to believe that they cannot become financially independent. Typically, it is not luck. It is planned. It is orchestrated. It is executed.”
Most believe financial independence comes from earned income, such as a wage or salary. CVAIA teaches financial independence can be attained when passive income, income received from investing time, assets and money, and experience and credit, is higher than expenses.
“You never have to work another day in your life. Although you’re never free of your finances, you don’t have to continue work to pay your bills,” said Parker.
CVAIA teaches people how to increase passive income. CVAIA embraces the Law of Attraction, Law of Abundance, and Law of Exchange. CVAIA began in August 2007 and now has members from many geographical locations and from all walks of life. The members come together with the same belief: education mitigates the risks of investing.
CVAIA meets the first Thursday of the month at the Chamber of Commerce at 160 N. Main, Logan and third Thursday of every month at a Logan area restaurant.
Contact info: Paul Siddoway, PR coordinator
If people learn the right mentality and approaches to investing, they can all be successful in what they desire. People should spend their time doing something they love, not just a job to provide an income. Passive income largely makes this possible. There are many organizations with the stated goal of helping people understanding the relationship between assets, liabilities, income, and expenses. They practice the methods found in the ideologies of books including “Rich Dad Poor Dad”, “The Wealthy Barber”, “The Millionaire Next Door”, “Atlas Shrugged”, “The Automatic Millionaire”, and “The Secret”.