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Monday, December 9, 2019 I want you to close your eyes for a moment and imagine the worst client that you ever had. Come on, we all have had those relationships where if we see their name pop up when we look at our calendar on Sunday, our week is ruined. But no matter who that client was (I hope it is a was! READ MORE >>
Friday, April 26, 2019What's the biggest threat to a comfortable retirement? Ignorance. The decisions you make leading up to retirement, including how much to save, how to allocate your investments, when to take Social Security and how to anticipate your retirement expenses can make a big difference in your old age. READ MORE >>
Friday, January 12, 2018 If you plan to retire in 2018, now is the time to start planning for your transition into retirement. You will need to set up new health insurance, max out your workplace benefits while you still can and take last-minute steps to sure up your finances. Here are seven ways to make sure you’re ready to retire next year. READ MORE >>
Friday, December 22, 2017 Multi-Millionaire Expert: “This Will Be The Biggest Political Event in America in More than 50 Years” 12.04.2017 BY MIKE PALMER, STANSBERRY RESEARCH No one believed Porter Stansberry eight years ago when he said the world’s largest mortgage bankers, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, would soon go bankrupt… READ MORE >>
Wednesday, December 28, 2016(Backman, 2016) Though you've probably heard that retirees have a tendency to flock to warmer climates (hello, Florida) in droves, the trend is actually less popular than you may have been led to believe. In 2014, only 5% of seniors made the decision to move, marking a return to pre-recession levels. READ MORE >>
Monday, December 5, 20163. Know your tolerance for risky business Say the market drops, and you look at your balance and it's lower. "That's going to happen," says Will Branch, investment analyst for Millennium Investment & Retirement Advisors in Charlotte, North Carolina. If the mere thought makes you feel ill, imagine it really happening. READ MORE >>