Saturday, 5 December 2015

iProsper as a Tool to Financial Freedom

11 For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." Jeremiah 29:11

Prosperity is one of God's plan for everyone. He gave us already a future plan and what we need to do is take action.

Discipline will be a part of your journey to prosperity. Probably, you received the Christmas bonus or spent already. If you cannot remember where the last year's bonus spent then it will be same scenario today.

I developed a budgeting application in Google and iOS which I called iProsper. It will help everyone to prosper thru proper budgeting, tracking of income and expenses and reminders of upcoming bills. The budget formula is inspired by Borther Bo's prosperity formula of 10-20-70.



The total income distributed in different percentage allocations:

10% goes to tithes, this is your commitment to God to give. It can be more.

20% savings fund, it could be mutual funds, stocks, real estate etc. etc. and other investment instruments.

70% living expenses, you should live on this amount or even lower.

Nobody taught us about proper budgeting not even our teachers and we don't really track our spending. Let's learn to read our monthly spending reports.


Another important part of the iProsper app is the reminder for our upcoming bills and it will send you notifications once set the dates and amount of bill. This will avoid late penalties and interests.




Treat yourself this Christmas of this budgeting app that can change your view of proper handling of money and budget.

Here is the link of the app for Google play:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ps.iprosperapp
iOS will be launch this week.

Sincerely yours,

Jonathan Ruiz
Newbie Mentor
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