Well, it’s one for the money, Two for the show, Three to get ready, Now go, cat, go. But don’t you step on my blue suede shoes. If Baby Boomers felt it’s been tough financially on your parents and grandparents the past few years, it was nothing compared to the drought following the Great Depression […]
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Geece and the problems with Greek austerity mandates may be a foreboding insight for the USA. Today many Seniors and Baby Boomers are planning on working much later in life due to many reasons, with “need” being the most common. The past twleve years has not been easy or kind to retirment plans; 401ks and IRAs […]
The inadvertent sinking of the Italian cruise ship by running aground on jagged rocks on the coast of Italy, reminds us again how fragile and unpredictable is life. Apparently the Captain of the mega liner was doing a bit of “show boating,” by cruising the behemoth unnaturally near the coastline and blowing its mega horns […]
The self proclaimed investment and budget experts on national television and radio are not licensed and few have any actual real life experience handling other people
Remember that everything goes in a cycle and has a season. In this holiday season be mindful of this and also be thankful for that which you do have. It takes the tough times in life to help make us more appreciate the easier times when they return. Don’t fret about it but instead be […]
65% of students that graduate from a private college have outstanding student loans when they finish college. Taking out student loans without being able to find jobs to pay them back is ludicrous. Is it a tuition scam being pulled on our youth and their cash strapped parents?
Perspective and Attitude, two of the most important words (right behind Thanks and Please). How often do we forget the smallest things in life that have the largest impact? In an over abundant world of slick advertisements and clever marketing ploys, everyone has their antennae up for BS and con artist. It’s true that we […]
Single moms often must bear the burden of at least “two.”
Lack of real growth in wages, earnings or appreciation of assets has effectively set back expectations and realistic retirement dates by 15 years or more.
Worry is the biggest obstacle standing between most people and their dream, all because they’re basically scared of being “rejected.” Franklin Roosevelt made history when he commented that “we have nothing to fear but fear itself.” With tough economic times made worse daily by the bombardment of the media with stats and data of doom, […]