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Join the Bulgarian Property Boom With Confidence by Timothy Wright
... The calculators can be used to determine potential returns once all the relevant initial and annual costs, such as State and Municipal taxes, have been deducted. "Bulgarian Property - The Overseas Buyers’ Kit" is the one-stop-shop for foreign investors who want to buy in a high-growth market and understand all of the legalities and costs upfront. The high growth in the market is expected to continue long after Bulgaria's anticipated membership to the European Union is granted in 2007.

Einstein's Rule Of 72 by Roger Sorensen
... All you need to do is divide 72 by the annual rate of return. The result would be approximately the number of years required for your investment to double in size. EXAMPLE: If you have $10,000 in a savings account at a bank, earning you 3.0%, divide 3.0% into 72. It will take 24.0 years to double your money. Einstein once said, "If people understood the Rule of 72 they would never put their money in banks!” If you have $10,000 invested in a mutual fund that returns 10% divide 10% into 72.

Retirement Management by Matt Alexander
... There are products that guarantee you a minimum return while at the same time having exposure to the potentially higher returns in the market. There are funds that will do well when the market is not. The two main factors to consider are your time horizon and your risk tolerance. Part-Time Employment Basically, you should never have to return to the workforce unless you choose to. Most people have a goal to work for 30 years or so and then relax and do what they want for the rest of their ...

It Pays To Be Stingy by Hari Wibowo
... Instead of 10.5 % annual return, you can assume that you now achieve an annual return of 11.5%. While saving a mere $ 1 a day, how much your money would have grown after 50 years? The amount now is $ 730,000. 1% return will have given you $ 230,000 in extra money. Assuming that you will spend $ 100,000 per year on your retirement day, this extra 1 % will give you 2 more years of comfortable life. Knowing that an extra one percent return is significant to your retirement account, here is ...

Compound Interest Doesn't Add Much To Your Wealth by Francis Kier
... The after-inflation Dow Jones Industrial Average annual return for the last 55 years is only 4.8%; plug that little number into your calculator for 10 years and see how many Rolls-Royces you can buy. Your growing portfolio will either be in a taxable account (knock another 25% off of your annual compounded growth rate for taxes) or in a qualified retirement account. The zealots talk about qualified accounts like everyone can have them, but there are mazes of rules for who can qualify for ...

Beware Of Get Rich Quick Scam by Hari Wibowo
... Even then, he only achieves compounded annual return of 25 % a year. And yet, he is the second richest person behind Bill Gates! I think this is the best gauge to measure investment scam. How about leverage? Leverage can increase your investment return. Yes, it can. It also increases your risk. In the short run, you can get more than 50 % monthly return even without leverage. It happens a lot. Count yourself blessed. But, if you expect to make that much money for the next fifteen years, you ...

10 Ways to Sell Expensive Affiliate Products and Make Huge Commissions by Anik Singal
... Spell out, in dollars and cents, how the cost of your product or service is a drop in the bucket compared to the returns it generates. Let’s say your $799 workplace safety review course helps businesses pass inspections. Then calculate the exact cost of failing an inspection. List fines, penalties, cost of business shutdowns, etc. These will literally add up to five figures, a huge expense compared to the price of your course. #7 – Make your prospects relieved that you’re charging so little!

Retirement Calculator by Milos Pesic
... Annual Yield – It is your expected rate of return. For stocks or mutual funds, consult a prospectus. Other Income – The amount you’ll enter here can include Social Security, employer-funded pension plans, or other external source of income. Inflation Rate – This is the average expected annual inflation rate over the period encompassing your remaining working years and retirement years. Current Age Current Tax Rate – Enter your current federal tax bracket.

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