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Aug 05, 2008 - Q: How do I find out if a work from home business is for real they supposedly have a e-mail address but nobody is answering me it’s called jeff paul shortcuts to internet millions I’m not looking to make a lot of money just better than I am now. Also there is project payday I [...]
Aug 04, 2008 - Most small business owners will face this question at sometime in their careers: Should I incorporate? If so, do I use a lawyer or a web site? INC or LLC? What, exactly, are the benefits to incorporating?
Aug 02, 2008 - As the 21st century dawned the world was aglow over the Internet. The Internet was going to make the invention of things like TV, radio and personal computers pale in comparison. This technology, like the Industrial Revolution, marked a quantum leap in human productivity. It would forever connect businesses with suppliers and us with everyone [...]
Aug 01, 2008 - If you're keeping money in the bank, you know how low rates are. And if you've done any food shopping lately, you know how high prices are. But what you may not have considered is what low savings rates and high inflation can do to your savings.
Jul 30, 2008 - Do you know the difference between a CPA and a CFU? How about a CFP and a CFA? If you're going to get financial advice, descrambling this alphabet soup of designations is a must.
Jul 28, 2008 - When your in your 50's, retirement planning is more important than ever, especially considering many retirees can expect to live well into their 90's (some, into their 100's). So, if you retire at age 65, you're potentially looking at 30 or more years of retirement to pay for. That means you'd better have enough savings to cover it.
Jul 25, 2008 - When you reach your 40s, retirement's no longer a vague concept... it's a reality looming in your future, and one you'd better be investing for properly. Are you?
Jul 24, 2008 - Hey, let’s go for a ride! Where do you want to go? Nowhere? Ok, we’ll just drive around aimlessly and hope we accidentally end up somewhere interesting. Hop in! That’s the way most people plan their financial life. They may have a vague idea of where they want to go, but they’re not really sure [...]
Jul 23, 2008 - When you hit your 30’s, the focus for many is marriage, kids, and buying a home. All big life events that can cost big bucks. But no matter how much you're shelling out in your 30's... you can still find some money to save for retirement.
Jul 21, 2008 - Investing for retirement in your 20's isn't exactly child's play. But it's still one thing most 20-somethings don't think about at all, and maybe they should... By starting a retirement fund early, a 20 something wont have to contribute as much as if they started that fund in their 30s or 40s, translating into smaller payments and greater return.
Jul 18, 2008 - The nation's housing crisis is crippling our economy. So, what's the government going to do about it? One idea is to reform the mortgage process, eliminating the 'bad brokers' more interested in making a commission than a responsible loan.
Jul 16, 2008 - Step one in fixing our mortgage system? Remove the temptation for appraisers to inflate home appraisals, typically used to allow lenders to lend too much and borrowers to borrow too much.
Jul 14, 2008 - When you decorate your home, you may not think about "going green" in the process... but maybe you should. These days, more interior designers say green designs not only look great, but just might make you FEEL great, too. And the best news? Its easier (and less expensive) than you might think.
Jul 11, 2008 - Take a second to think about how much water you use in the bathroom everyday. Odds are, you are a big "water waster" and you just don't know it. That's bad for the environment and your water bills. Fortunately, by avoiding a few common bathroom blunders, you can stop flushing money down the drain.
Jul 09, 2008 - If you've got a retirement plan at work, stocks, mutual funds or other types of investments, you're already well on your way to savings-land. But, there are 5 common mistakes that will quickly steer you off track, definitely cost you money and potentially screw up your savings for good.