Investing for Retirement

Retirement is a fact of life for the majority of people. It may be a long way off for you – or it might be right around the corner. No matter what point you are at in relationship to your retirement date, it is always wise to take steps towards saving for the event. However,…

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Help Directors Work Harder, Smarter

How you pay your board affects their motivation and mission Over the past few years, due in part to corporate scandals, shareholder activism, media criticism, and recent legislation, there has been a major reexamination of the role and accountability of Boards of Directors. This has resulted in a number of healthy outcomes, perhaps the biggest…

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My employer don’t has retirement plan, where can i get one?

I would like to know, where can I get a retirement plan as Individual, because my boss don’t offer any. Open a Roth IRA and put the maximum yearly contribution into it. You can contribute to it every payday with an automatic account transfer. If you contribute the maximum every payday and have 30-40 years…

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Five Uses for Survivorship Life Insurance

Survivorship life insurance is a life insurance policy that insures two people and pays at the second death. Also referred to as second-to-die life insurance, common abbreviations are SWL for survivor whole life and SUL for survivor universal life. Advantages Since the insurance company does not have to pay until the second person dies, the…

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Best retirement plan for 30 year old?

I’m almost 30 and I have not yet started planning financially for retirement. In the next month, I’ll be eligible through work to start a retirement plan, but I have NO idea what I’m doing or the difference between the options. I make around 80K, have a 10k/yr child support obligation. Any suggestions? Here is…

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