12 Reasons Why Retirement Isn’t in Your Vocabulary

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Are you prepared for retirement? If you’re like 64% of Americans, you are not. And, that means you’re going to spend the latter years of your life broke. Here are 12 reasons why retirement isn’t in your vocabulary. Why are we doing this to ourselves? Because thinking and planning for retirement aren’t always fun. It […]

6 Core Money Practices

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Within the last decade, many of us have had to overcome the Great Recession, and hopefully, we can survive financially through the COIVD-19 pandemic. What really gets my blood boiling is that these events and many other situations are external factors that the average person has no control over. But, we were the ones facing […]

9 Money Management Tips for the Single Parent

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As a single parent, you have a lot of responsibilities. You have to meet your work obligations, go grocery shopping, make dinner, do the laundry, and make sure your kids get to school on time. You’re also a part-time doctor, chauffeur, coach, and tutor — to name the least. As if that weren’t enough, all […]

Retirement Gift Guide

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Every year millions of people retire. However, the pace of Baby Boomers retiring has drastically accelerated. In fact, according to the Pew Research Center, in the third quarter of 2020, about 28.6 million Baby Boomers reported that they had retired. This was 3.2 million more individuals than in 2019 — which COVID most likely impacted. […]

20 Retirement Mistakes You’re Making Now That Will Cost You Millions

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Have you put much thought into your retirement? Unfortunately, most of us don’t. And, that could have serious repercussions if you want to actually enjoy your retirement years. Retirement mistakes are rapid. The thing is, retirement involves more than just opening a savings account and forgetting all about it. You’re also going to have to […]

How to Focus Your Mind on Building Wealth

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There’s a misconception that being wealthy means that you have so much money and assets that you can go for a leisurely “gold coin swim” like Scrooge McDuck. In reality, though, wealth is relative. In fact, it’s been found “that once your income exceeds $75,000 per year, your day-to-day experience doesn’t improve much as your […]

4 Reasons Your Personal Credit is Killing Your Business

There’s a common misconception that your personal credit isn’t going to impact your business. After all, you personal credit, is well, personal. Unfortunately, that couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, when your personal finances gets out-of-control, it can be extremely detrimental to your business for the following reasons. 1. You Won’t Receive Loans […]

Why You Need Passive Income and How to Get It

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Are you familiar with the cartoonist Carl Barks? He may not be a household name. But, I’m sure you’re familiar with his work since he was the first artist and writer of Donald Duck — he also created Scrooge McDuck. Known as the “Good Duck Artist,” Barks was one of the few early Disney artists […]

Maybe it’s Time for Your Investments to go Green

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Most people have some sort of concern regarding climate change — some would even say it’s a crisis. While this actually varies by country, research from the University of Oxford’s Reuters Institute annual Digital News Reports found that roughly seven in ten think climate change is “a very, or extremely serious, problem.” Maybe It’s Time […]

5 Great Short Term Investments for 2017

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With 2017, there has come about a great deal of change. We saw the beginning of the Trump Administration after the January inauguration. We can expect significant policy and legislative initiatives that will affect investments and the financial world significantly in the future. If you are looking to park your money somewhere, but want to […]