Is that retirement cottage on the coast just a dream that you used to have? Do you see yourself slogging it out behind a desk until you’re 105?

Retirement … it’s that thing you and your partner dreamed about before the kids, bond, bills and endless interest rate hikes. It’s that goal that seems to get further away every year, and causes a sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach.

When you were a young, carefree couple, you dreamed of being rich by age 30. When you were 30 you dreamed of being rich by age 50. Now you just try to pay the bills at the end of the month, and pray that the rand doesn’t end up like the Zim dollar.

Gary Kayle, money coach and co-founder of financial education business, The Money School, knows exactly how you feel. In fact, he’s been where you are. He knows what it’s like to lose everything and have to start from scratch.

He knows what it’s like to lose everything and have to start from scratch.

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He also knows that 55% of divorces happen due to financial pressure

You can be the most loving, caring, well-matched couple, with all the best intentions. But if you’re not on top of your finances and your financial future, you will face conflict.

Credit card debt, over-spending, lack of understanding around investing, and trying to keep up with the Jones’s are some of the top reasons why couples fall into financial trouble.

And without a knowledgeable financial adviser to ‘neutralise’ the conflict, financial arguments can fester for years, eventually causing relationships to fail.

It’s never too late – you and your partner can still change your financial future

Millionaires are people just like you and your partner.

“Most wealthy people come from the middle-income bracket. What separates them from the non-wealthy is their financial knowledge and education – something which is attainable by average South Africans,” says Kayle.

Millionaires are people just like you and your partner. They’re not chartered accountants and financial gurus. They are hard-working, ‘average-Joes’ who make a living as plumbers, teachers, journalists, and administrators.

They just know how to make their money work for them.

How can you and your partner get on board?

Kayle and his team have put together three fantastic educational videos that highlight what it is that wealthy couples do differently to those who never build wealth.

The All4Women team has partnered with Kayle in this financial education initiative as we believe in offering sound financial advice to our readers.

A number of All4Women staff members have personally benefited from Kayle’s advice

A number of All4Women staff members have personally benefited from Kayle’s advice, and believe that they are on a more successful financial path because of it.

Sign up for Gary Kayle’s MUST-WATCH training videos to learn:

  • How you can become Wealthy Ever After™ earning the same or less than your friends;
  • The THREE things every MILLIONAIRE couple does with their money every single month;
  • The one-page budget that Gary and other millionaire couples use to manage their money;
  • WHY you can’t get out of debt and the maths for making R2 million when you buy a car.

Gary Kayle is a Money Coach™ and the founder of the Moneyweb-backed financial education business, The Money School.

This FREE 45-minute training video has nothing for sale

It’s just Gary revealing how he came back from crippling debt to build a life of Wealthy Ever After™ with his wife Debbie, and what you can do STARTING RIGHT NOW.

Click here to sign up to watch this video …