Why We Don’t Save, And How to Change That!October 2, 2015
According to the Federal Reserve’s Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households in 2014, 47% of households indicate that they would have great difficulty handing an unexpected $400 expense. No one likes unexpected expenses. There are plenty of other things we could enjoy allocating that money towards. But this report points to an even bigger concern. If many households are ...
What is the Best Way to Save for Retirement?June 30, 2015
I get asked that question frequently, and it’s an important question. Consider the person who is determined to set aside for retirement and disciplines him or herself to continue investing hard earned money all throughout their career. At the time they wish to retire, they discover that they had not accumulated enough, suffered an enormous (and unnecessary) loss, or ...
RETIREMENT REBOOTJanuary 22, 2015
It’s understandable why the age of 65 has been synonymous with retirement. For decades men and women have pressed toward that mark in order to receive “Full Retirement Benefits” from Social Security. With that guaranteed monthly income for life now flowing in, many folks call it quits and can begin Retirement. Let’s look at a simplified definition of retirement: ...
Great Clip- Don’t Fall For False PatternsDecember 3, 2013
What Fixed Income Should Do For Your PortfolioAugust 1, 2013
As the U.S. markets are enjoying growth and “High Points” the speculators and certain talking heads are beginning to promote their “plays”- get out of U.S. stocks while they are up and buy “Fixed income.” If you’ve been reading my e-mails and taking my coaching for any length of time, you will be able to recognize this as Speculating and ...
Time to Retire the 401(k)?July 23, 2013
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The Pitfalls of 401(k)s and How to Avoid Them! Pt 1May 15, 2013
Let’s start with the positives of the 401(k) plan before we get into the Pitfalls. Number One, once you set up the plan your contributions are automatic; you do not have to think. You can view this as “forced discipline.” Number Two, there may be a Company match; you make a contribution and they match your contribution , typically ...
The “Skinny” on the Fiscal CliffJanuary 3, 2013
With a few choice terms, Politicians and the media have struck fear in the hearts of Americans. Learn what’s “Behind the curtain”
Real Economic RecoveryOctober 24, 2012
From his involvement in Proposition 13 in California, to serving on Reagan’s Economic Policy Advisory Board and advising Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Art Laffer is well respected economist who explains here what is needed for our country’s economic recovery.
WALL ST BULLIES PART ONESeptember 13, 2012
“All Roads Lead to Gold”?
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