Return on Investment (ROI)

ROI.  Return on investment.  A performance measure used to evaluate the efficiency of an investment. To calculate ROI, the benefit (return) of an investment is divided by the cost of the investment; the result is expressed as a percentage or a ratio.

This is what we at Dollars & Sensibility base everything on that we do.  We believe if someone spends $100 with us then they better have a ROI of at least $200.  Simple as that.    With Dollars and Sensibility we have a policy that if we can’t save you at least double what you pay us then it costs you nothing.  That equals a minimum of 100% + ROI (Return on investment).  Savings accounts are paying less than 1% these days.

We have become accustomed to refinancing our home loans when they hear rates drop.  Why wouldn’t we do that with our car loans, insurances, credit cards,  etc. on an ongoing basis?  What about analyzing our income taxes and retirement investments?

Have you ever thought that understanding your own financial picture, where your money is going, and having sound budgeting skills is one of the best Returns on Investment you could ever have?

Through Dollars & Sensibility all of our affiliate professionals analyze every one of your financial areas for you to make sure you have the very best.  We then offer services to teach and coach with principles that have been proven over and over to help you gain control of your finances rather than your finances having control over you.

Think about that…knowing that whatever money you pay into something you have complete confidence you will receive that kind of return.  That is what we guarantee or it costs you nothing.

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