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Evaluating a Job Offer If you’re considering changing jobs, you’re not alone. Today, few people stay with one employer until retirement. It’s likely that at some point during your career, you’ll be looking for a new job. You may be looking to make more money or seeking greater career opportunities.… Read More
Starting a New Career Introduction Downsizing is one reason you may be seeking a new career. Reaching a professional plateau is another. The fact is, many people change careers, sometimes more than once. With proper planning, you can start a fulfilling new career without sacrificing your financial security. Assessing your… Read More
Considering a New Employment Opportunity What is it? In the past, workers stayed with the same company for years and years, working their way up in the company. However, times have changed. Businesses facing hard economic times restructure, forcing employees to look for new jobs. It’s also become common for… Read More
Cash Reserve What is a cash reserve? A cash reserve is a pool of funds (and sometimes credit) that you hold in a readily available form to meet emergency and other highly urgent, short-term needs. Sometimes, it is referred to as an emergency or contingency fund. Terminology is important here… Read More
Test Your Knowledge of Financial Basics How well do you understand personal finance? The following brief quiz can help you gauge your knowledge of a few basics. In the answer section, you’ll find details to help you learn more. Questions 1. How much should you set aside in liquid, low-risk… Read More
Establishing a Financial Safety Net In times of crisis, you don’t want to be shaking pennies out of a piggy bank. Having a financial safety net in place can ensure that you’re protected when a financial emergency arises. One way to accomplish this is by setting up a cash reserve,… Read More
As a US Navy Veteran, I am looking at current events that are upon us in The United States of America; not looking at the current events with panic and fear BUT with tactical and confident eyes. I go through the day look at my surroundings tactically. As a war… Read More
C.R.I.D C.R.I D. is a serious and recurring affliction that I and most of us suffer from. How does one get? How long does one suffer? Is there a cure? This affliction that baffles the medical field is called Cranial Rectal Insertion Disorder (CRID). Let us start off with cure.… Read More
What does retirement mean? Can anyone do it? Webinar will go through 7 Steps that can assist in proper retirement planning and beyond.
Register to join webinar on February 12 at 2:00PM central time. Tell your friends.
The Resolution Hmm new year resolutions. The start of New Year has always been a resolution frenzy. Ranging from “losing weight to doing nothing”. Fact is 80% of all resolutions fail within first month. Why we do this to ourselves I never will understand. Mostly we try to achieve something… Read More