Caren is right. Get off the grand ideas and get you life fixed first. My trust cost 6000 to get drawn up and unless you have an estate worth 1m plus, then you're wasting money. Go to a local college and take some business management classes and some very basic accounting/book keeping classes.
by GMan - 8 hours ago
I am surprise you cannot manage your own money. Investments to look at include natural gas and petroleum royalty wells, safe stocks like Apple, and real estate that is in forclosure or at auction that will rise in value over time. You have to find out what you are good at. Can you fix up cars ? Then go buy 10 cars on ebay real cheap (beware of scammers) and then flip them locally for a 50 % margin. Gold and silver is always a good investment, as are guns.
by ? - 8 hours ago
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