Insurance - Don't Let Health Care Hijack Your Retirement by Jeffery Voudrie
... If youíre still years from retirement and healthy, donít think youíll need to save less. As you age, chances are your health will decline, perhaps suddenly. So donít base your savings on your health situation today. But saving enough isnít always practical. Pre-retirees and retirees alike need to have a back-up plan in place in case their health care or other expenses take a sudden unexpected increase. You may need to adjust your investment strategy and method of investing.
Photos Are Words by Rohn Engh
... To avoid this fate for your images, if you assign keyphrases to all of your important pictures, they will not only benefit you today, but also in your retirement, and even when your daughter or grandchildren assume control of your collection in the future. Get your family involved in helping to keyword your images. Many photographers have had 95% of their slides returned from former stock agencies now taken over by Corbis, Getty, Jupiter, et al. How important are these historical images?
Building Wealth Ė The Steady & Low Risk Way to Do It by Sacha Tarkovsky
... Itís only a 3 hour flight from Miami for example, so it is the area of choice to buy second and retirement homes for many Americans and these homes need to be built on land. Add in the fact that land investment is tax efficient, you get the same rights as residents, the demand for prime land should remain strong and you have the perfect low risk way, to build significant capital gains over time. Land investing is a lot simpler and cheaper than many investors think, but is one of the best ...
Compounding: The Science Of Exponential Money Generation by Martin Thomson
... You watch, but the calculator sits patiently within your line of sight. During one of the ad breaks, you get another idea. What if you could find some other investment vehicle to grow your money? What if you could find somebody that offered more interest? You don't know where you will find somebody willing to offer you this much interest but you try it 30% at 30 years. Wow. $3000 turns into $7, 859,983! Wow! you hum to yourself. You begin to pay a lot of attention to your calculator, the ...
The Point Behind Point & Figure by Thomas Mullooly
... He had not even made a withdrawal yet, but his solar-powered calculator told him bad news: heíd be scrounging for money by the time he was 76. The $80,000.00 per year he planned to take out would now drain this account entirely in about nine years. The distribution was scaled back, from $80,000 to $24,000.00 a year. Going from $80,000 to $24,000 a year was a lifestyle change for him. He felt burned. Dreams of traveling went out the window. Buy a new car?
The Key To Success With A Home Based, Network Marketing Business by Donovan Baldwin
... If I mentioned that having a calculator was important, the next day everybody had a calculator. One day I mentioned that a certain reference book would help them out, and the next day I found out that the company store had sold out of that book a few minutes after I released the class. IT REMINDED ME OF WHEN I HAD BEEN A SERGEANT IN THE ARMY. I had been there, done that, and was obviously concerned about the lives and families of my soldiers. They knew that I cared, and if I recommended ...
The Tax Payer as Gilligan by Kemberly Wardlaw
... According to the same BLS inflation calculator, $1000 in 1979 now has the same buying power as $2641.87 in 2005. It is arguably the uncertainty of inflation that causes the most damage. Preparing for increases in the cost of living is an important aspect to financial planning. Your financial planner can assist you in reviewing inflation trends, introducing inflation adjusted estimates for future income needs, managing tax efficient portfolios, and keeping an eye on government actions.