Apr 17 2008

Retire Extremely Early: Dollar Cost Averaging and Maintaining a Positive Attitude in Tough Economic Times.

During trying times I think it is very easy for many to get pessimistic with all the negative news and let their ultimate goals slip away. Simple rules to live by include keeping debt to the lowest level possible and having clear cut goals of where you want to be in 5, 10, and even […]

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Jan 5 2008

How to Become a Millionaire! Steps in Achieving Financial Wealth.

So you want to become a millionaire? You’ve always had the desire to be financially secure but the task seems simply overwhelming. There are a few ways in becoming extremely rich. One of them includes being born into wealth and chances are, this may not be you. Plus, you don’t have much of a say […]

Jan 3 2008

401(k) Investing and Retirement Planning: How to Plan for Your Future

There is a shocking statistics that 1 out of every 5 American households has a net worth of zero. Think about that for a second. The world’s most prosperous nation and 20 percent of households do not have a penny to their name when liabilities are subtracted from assets. The median net worth for families […]

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