Imagine the following scenario: You run a successful business with your business partner of 20 years. Your business partner dies unexpectedly. After the funeral, your deceased partner’s spouse shows up at your office with her two grown children. They ask for the key to your partner’s office – not to clean it out, but to move in.
Your approach to building wealth should be built around your goals & values.
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Each generation faces unique challenges and opportunities when it comes to managing finances at different life stages. Alloy Silverstein provides the following do's and don'ts to help Millennials stay on track with their finances.
Yogi Berra was definitely quotable. The above title is attributed to him. Let’s assume that now you are in your 40’s, have established yourself in a career, and are thinking that you have made too many “wrong mistakes” financially to meet some or all of your family’s needs. Not necessarily. What you need to do is START with a plan.
Should you save it? What are smart ways to spend it? Following is some advice in deciding how to handle a windfall of income.
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Your bundle of joy has arrived. You have all the cute little clothes, safest car seat, a bassinet, and everything else that is necessary. Right? Well, maybe not. After the planning to have the baby (checking your medical insurance coverage, planning on your leave from your job, figuring out day care arrangements, etc.), there may be some basic financial planning that is
President-Elect Donald J. Trump now has his work cut out for him. Our country needs for him to be successful. Here is a very brief list of some things that he will be dealing with that will affect the currently anemic economy.
THERE IS STILL A MASSIVE NATIONAL DEBT