Who’s Supporting You In Retirement?

Who’s Supporting You In Retirement? Part 1… Not that long ago, we could count on the support our employers provided in retirement. With Social Security’s future uncertain and the ever-growing decline of pension plans (Defined Contribution Plans), the rise and the popularity of defined contribution plans (Primarily 401k’s) who should you be putting your faith … (Read more)

Dealing With The Tax-Tumor Buried In Your 401k

In relation to retirement, never before has the old adage, “you can’t get something for nothing,” been more poignant than when referring to the seemingly “too good to be true” perks of the 401k. Since the early 1980s, the government has sold Americans on why relinquishing control over their money and taking huge risks in … (Read more)

Create Your Own Retirement Vision

Unfortunately, most folks never do this. If you are worried about retirement, chances are you have no vision of what it is you really want. If you don’t have a clear vision of where you are going, it’s due to one of two reasons: you don’t care, or no one has taught you how to … (Read more)

Who is a Saver?

What I’m speaking of is one’s financial personality of protection (saving or conserving) above all else, what has taken so long to create in the first place. In other words, a SAVER personality is someone who is concerned more with the return “of” their money, than on it. For instance, whereas an INVESTOR or SPECULATOR … (Read more)

7 Costly Mistakes People Make with Their Money #1

MISTAKE NUMBER 1: PAYING TAXES ON THE SAME DOLLAR MORE THAN ONCE (You can read all 7 mistakes by getting your hands on a copy of: Don’t Follow The Herd) It has been said that great mastermind, Albert Einstein, once referred to compound interest as the “eighth wonder of the world.” If that’s true, then … (Read more)

How Wall Street Infiltrated Main Street

My Granddad was born in 1912. Twenty years later, he landed his first “real” job climbing telephone poles for the local phone company. Granddad would continue to work for the same company until his retirement in 1978. During the many years I spent with Granddad; particularly after he retired from work, I rarely heard him … (Read more)

Look What The Wealthy Are Doing

This is a continuation from last week’s show: Look What The Banks Are Doing Be sure and watch this weeks video below. You don’t want to miss it! Why is this show titled “Look What The Wealthy Are Doing”? Because, under the current IRS tax code, a properly structured cash value life insurance policy, is one … (Read more)

Is the Answer To Take On More Risk?

Risk can be defined as exposure to loss. Synonyms for risk in include: To Endanger, Jeopardize, to gamble with, to  take chances, to  put on the line, to put in jeopardy. The greatest definition of Risk is the likelihood of loss.  Most people mistakenly associate risk (related to their retirement savings) with the probability  that they will … (Read more)

Why Compound Interest Doesn’t Work

Albert Einstein said that compound interest is the 8th wonder of the world. It works bestuninterrupted and over time. When money is put aside and left untouched to collect interest year after year, the result is nearly miraculous. The reason compounding interest doesn’t work for so many Americans is they fail to save any substantial … (Read more)

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