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April 02 newsletter
Now that we've passed the end of the 2001/02
tax year, it's a good time to think about whether or not you can
claim a tax rebate. According to the website of the Inland
"whose job it once was to be fair" Revenue, "There
are three types of income tax rebates, which you claim in your
tax return or Personal Tax Summary: income under $9,880 rebate,
income under $38,000 rebate and child rebate.
This month, we also continue our series of articles on the secrets of wealth.
Over recent months, we've completed work on
the first secret: planning. Now, armed with our plans, we're ready
to do battle with the forces that have kept us from achieving
our financial dreams and aspirations in the past.
Think of a sport such as darts. It probably conjures up images of beer bellied Poms. The reality, though, is that there's nothing between the top competitors in that sport. On any given day, they'll all make three treble twenties with three darts. The winners win, not with better technique, but with better mental application.
Reaching your financial goals involves changing the way you think. Your spending and savings patterns are a result of behaviour learned over a lifetime. And, as such, they are powerful mental constraints you need to remove or remold. The good news is, that, in turn, you can harness that huge power and use it to your own benefit.
They say that changing a habit takes 28 days. Be warned, therefore, that applying the simple techniques we'll discuss over the coming months will take time to effect positive results. But the explosive growth and success you'll achieve will be well worth the wait and effort.
Internal thinking machine tip 1: Tell family and friends about your goals. Articulating your goals will not only convince others of your desire to succeed but, more importantly, will also convince you and your subconscious.
If the Shape of Money web site is not giving you what you want, please tell us. If it is, please tell a friend.