A Two or 42-percenter
It’s said that the top one percent of income earners do something the other ninety-nine percent don’t; but did you know that you have the option to become a two percenter to potentially increase your wealth?
Who Is Your Trusted Contact?
Investment firms have a new client service requirement. It’s important to act upon it.
Social Security at Age 62?
When should you take Social Security – 62, 65, full retirement age or at age 70?
Your Independence Day
The fireworks should be shot off when you’re independent, not during the journey
Why save when rates are so low?
With interest rates so low, does it still make sense to keep a pile of cash on hand for emergencies?
Stop trying to avoid risk, start managing it
Risk – Is it in control of you or are you in control of it?
Why past performance does not predict future results
Investing is like Monday morning quarterbacking.
Financial flexibility is important, as you age
Retirement is not the finish line. Done properly, it can be just another starting line for the next phase of your life.
Convenience – Not always an advantage
Planning quickly doesn’t always provide the results you may get, if you simply took the time to proceed thoughtfully.
Beneficiary designations, too important to forget
Who is going to get your money at death? Are you sure?
Work Attitude Gratitudes
Putting the right attitude 'into' your job to help you receive the right gratitude 'from' your job.
Do you have more money smarts than a doctor?
Wealth is often created by behavior and instinct. It’s not always how much you earn.
Get It Now!
Perhaps putting off the purchase you can’t afford now, can bring you more longâ€term happiness.
The default tax plan
If you don’t plan your estate, the government has a taxable default plan for you.
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