In last month’s blog, I introduced you to my Tony Talks Money Substack account. It’s packed full of great money making tips to help you to become financially free and live your life the way you want it. I invited you to become a free subscriber or a paid subscriber for a range of extra benefits. Since then I have also opened an account with Medium which is another blogging platform. I urge you to follow my financial tips on Medium too. By the way, you can open an account on Medium for free.

I produce original content on both Substack and Medium so if you want the very latest ideas on how to build your wealth and become financially free then follow me on both of these platforms too. You will also find me on Pinterest, Reddit and Quora as well as all of the main social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, LinkedIn, Twitter and Youtube. I produce a combination of blogs and videos under the Tony Talks Money brand.
Let me remind you of the additional benefits of being a paid subscriber to my Tony Talks Money Substack account.


● The 18 modules (45 minutes per module) Financial Freedom Programme video learning course worth £497 a year


● A free copy of the e-book Wealth Magic written by Tony Byrne

● A free copy of the e-guide 97 Money Gems written by Tony Byrne


● Invitations to Tony Byrne’s financial education webinars

I estimate the annual value of all of these benefits to be worth at least £747 which makes the paid subscription to my Tony Talks Money Substack account a bargain at £25 a month or £250 for an annual subscription paid in advance. So why not subscribe to both my Substack and Medium accounts? You know it makes sense.*

*RISK WARNING

The value of investments can fall as well as rise. You may not get back what you invest. The information contained within this article is for guidance only and does not constitute advice which should be sought before taking any action or inaction. All information is based on our current understanding of taxation, legislation, regulations and case law in the current tax year. Any levels and bases of relief from taxation are subject to change. Tax treatment is based on individual circumstances and may be subject to change in the future. This blog is based on my own observations and opinions.

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