Are you making the most of your money?  Or is your money ‘making-the-most’ of you?

I know.  Fear and confusion sometimes make it hard to think straight.

It’s tempting to believe:  “Things will simply get better; I don’t need to do anything … besides, there’s not much I can do anyway, so why even try ….”

I’m here to change that.  If you are wishing for more and find yourself, … just waiting and wishing … then let me help you with that money makeover; make the changes you want to make.

Rest assured.  There is hope.  Everyone can make more of their money because its less about what your money is doing and more about what you are doing!

Having a Complete Money Makeover puts you in command.   Resetting your relationship with money and wealth, erases all that fear and confusion.  Building on your skills, talents, and strengths, makes more of what you have already.

Are you looking for:

  • Financial freedom?
  • Peace of mind?
  • Time with your family and friends?
  • Less worry about how you’re going to make ends meet?

If so, then you’ve come to the right place.

My name is Tom Keydel. Welcome to your new world of money exploration. I will be your guide as you acquire new Money Management skills.

Confused? Don’t Be. Slightly Mad? Get Re-made. There is nothing about money management that you can’t learn … and IT’S ALL fun.

Where do you begin?  Right here. Check out the resources available right here on my Web site. If you want some help, let me know. I’m happy to talk with you on the phone.

I promise: You will get more value that you expect. Every time.

Let me help you sort out the maddening money ‘mess’ we all wind up in and then ‘learn-our-way-out’ of … knowing that we have everything to gain, and nothing to lose!

Getting your Complete Money Makeover is so much more empowering than being painfully and tortuously MAD about your money.

I know the difference.  Let’s talk soon.

Bureau of Labor Statistics
By 2012, the number of workers older than 55 will reach 31.1 million.
Harvard Business Review
By 2020, workers 50 and older will make up as much as 80% of those employed in North America,