The incredible amount of national debt and federal deficits will most likely push income tax rates rocketing higher over the next 5-10-15 years. Indexed Whole Life is nearly perfect for the single Mom or Dad to fund college for the kiddo’s Gen X-ers are particularly good candidates for this type of “relatively” inexpensive use of […]
Archive | February, 2011
Regardless of whether you are the ripe age of 20, or the seasoned age of 80, you should always have a retirement plan in the works. Why? Because the inconsistency of the economy coupled with our ever-changing American lifestyles has necessitated the requirement of a retirement plan from an early age. We’ve created a helpful […]
I would like to make an important point here – you can’t spend more than what you have. That’s true. But that’s exactly what the US government has been doing. They have been doing it for a long time, but now they are concerned about it and want to stop this over-spending. The government has […]
Ladies, retirement doesn’t have to be the end of mani’s, pedi’s and cruises to Cabo.
The ripe age of 65 is no longer a valid number for those planning their retirement. As more and more baby boomers reach this age, demographers and researchers are skeptical as to just how long they will live. Not only does this uncertainty have effects on a national level, as to the cost of Medicare […]
America’s small businesses – some 20 million strong – are the strength of our nation’s economy. They account for 39 percent of the country’s gross national product, create two out of every three new jobs and produce two and one half times as many innovations per employee as do large firms. They are the heart […]