This is a video I made to help explain the concept of fast finance. The video is a bit long, but if you want more info, you can click the link below.

It’s basically the exact opposite of “slow finance” which is where you borrow money and pay interest for a set period of time. The concept is that you buy a company and then buy more shares when you need more money.

Fast finance is basically any kind of company that is profitable enough that they’re worth buying. In this case, you buy companies that are worth buying and then you buy more shares when you need more money. So it’s basically borrowing money and paying interest for a set period of time.

Fast finance isn’t a new concept, but the current trend is that it is becoming more popular than ever. It can be useful for companies that have large amounts of cash that they need to maintain their standard of living, but they also have to maintain a certain standard of living and with the current market, there are a lot of companies that have lots of cash. So it can be a good tool for companies like that.

In the game, what makes this particularly appealing is the fact that you can make a lot of money fast, but you can pay it off in smaller amounts. As such, you can keep the cash for a long period of time without it being a burden on you. In other words, you can live off the fat end of the stick and still have the savings to cover the rest of your expenses.

When all you have to do to get to the end of your game is pay off your debt, it’s a good feeling. I know that sounds cliche, but it really is an incredibly simple concept. You don’t have to move to a new town or invest in a new home in order to get to the end. You just have to pay off your debts. The only catch is that this can be a good option only if you have access to the cash.

While this may sound like a cliche idea, it’s actually quite true. If you can move to a new town, invest in a new house, and pay off your debt, you can live off the fat end of the stick and still have the savings to cover the rest of your expenses. In fact, the only time that the best-case scenario doesn’t describe what’s going on is when you’re a single person with no debt.

Well, if youre single and have no debts, then youre really fucked and you need to take whatever savings-saving-saving approach you can to get out of this situation. I mean, not all of us can save more than 40%, but I really think if you have the money you can live off the fat end of the stick. Or at least a little more than the fat end of the stick.

My friend, who is a CPA himself, told me a few weeks ago that he had to sell his home and buy a house in order to start saving his money. He said, “I don’t need to do that to save money, but if I don’t do it to save it, then it won’t save me anything.” He did admit, however, that he was still on the fence about what to do with his cash.

I agree with him. If you don’t like what you see on the news, then you don’t like what you hear.

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