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Financial Planners by Dan Noyes
... "Financial planners are like dentists: they may occasionally inflict pain, but in the end, you will be better off for following their advice!” Whoever wrote these lines must have either been a financial planner or someone who relied heavily on planners for finance management. We all know that planning our finances is vital. Why, then, do most people stall the process? Perhaps visions of being buried under balance sheets and calculators plague you, and ultimately tempt you to put off your ...

Calculating Retirement Plans by Jeanette Pollock
... The first thing the retirement planner will want to do is search the various retirement calculators on the Web and determine which two or three give her or him the information that she seeks. Then the user should use the calculator one time quickly to determine just what information he or she will need to enter and what the resulting information might provide. Then the next step would be to gather the information that the retirement calculator is going to ask for.

Retirement Calculator by Milos Pesic
... This is why retirement calculators are sometimes called retirement planner. After you have made your calculations that show you’re on the right track does not mean that’s it! - You’re secure. No, not yet. It is advisable to update your calculations every three to five years since the results from your previous assumptions are likely to change every few years. Just remember that you shouldn’t rely your retirement planning on retirement calculators alone.

Family Life Insurance Companies by Steve Valentino
... Most online family life insurance companies will help you determine how much life insurance you need by providing worksheets and calculators for you to work with. They will also offer you options regarding costs, eligibility, renewability, limitations, and exclusions and underwriting information. Life insurance protects those who depend on your paycheck -- your wife, children and quite possibly, your parents. If you die prematurely, life insurance can provide ongoing income to your ...

Compound Interest Doesn't Add Much To Your Wealth by Francis Kier
... Politicians will take the easy way out and simply tax these retirement accounts to make up any deficit. The point is this: when money is in a retirement account, it isn’t yours until the government taxes it and releases it to you. More reference material for this article is available at If you start playing around with realistic compound rates, the serious increase in earnings doesn’t start until after 50 years. So unless you are a 4 year-old with $50,000 in the bank and have the ...

The Tax Payer as Gilligan by Kemberly Wardlaw
... 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. While you cannot control the weather of our economy, preparing your S.S. Minnow for potential rough sailing is important. (As this episode ends and the closing credits roll, we rejoin the final verse of our amended Gilligan’s Island tune) … “So this is the tale of our inflation ...