Christmas Party Food

Amazing Christmas Party Food

Hey, Mortgage Mutilator here,

It’s Christmas. Woo!!

2012 went by pretty fast huh?

Shrimps are being thrown on the BBQ… family parties are being had… presents are being torn to sunders by excited children and everyone’s having a fantastic time, including me :-)

It’s definitely one of my favourite times of the year (my Birthday week is the best though) and I’ve got some awesome new content planned in the next year for you all. I hardly ever ask you for anything, but today I want to ask for a favour.

Will you share an article with one other person? Just one.

You can hit the big Google+ Share button in the top right. You can post it on your Facebook wall. You can even tell someone about it during one of those fantastic parties we’re all about to have (God forbid we do anything in real life now!). It’ll only take a few seconds, just pick your favourite one and share :-)

Teaching people that they can shorten their massively painful 30 year mortgage simply by understanding a few key points is what makes Mutilate The Mortgage worth it.

Thanks in advance — and have a fantastic new year too.

Thanks again!

Mortgage Mutilator


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The benefits include: 1) How to pay off your mortgage faster than 99% of people with one hour a month of work 2) How to get rid of your debt and have the freedom to spend money on the things you love, guilt free 3) Clear outline of how to setup your expenses, mortgage and general finance 4) How offset accounts work and how to get the same result without being gouged by the big banks 5) How to cut through the crap and focus on the things that truly matter when taking down a mortgage 6) How to adjust the strategy so it works for you, even if you have kids, even if you only have one income 7) How to do all of these things and maintain a normal social life (and never be cheap).