Investing in a Certificate of Deposit

Are you one of the few who despite the financial turmoil has been able to save some cash? Do you have cash on hand because you sold the rest of your stock or mutual fund portfolio after watching it drop? If the answer is yes, I have one question for you, what are you going…

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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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Personal Investment & Loan Tips : Retirement Planning Tips & Advice

Plan for retirement early in today’s economy. Prepare for retirement by looking at the overall financial picture using tips and advice from an experienced financial adviser in this free video. Expert: Patrick Munro Contact: www.northstarnavigator.com Bio: Patrick Munro is a registered financial consultant (RFC) with outstanding sales volume of progressive financial products and solutions to…

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Retirement Planning : How Much Money to Save for Retirement

The easy answer for how much a person should save for retirement is that they should save as much as they can. Save at least 10 percent of an annual income when planning for retirement with help from a licensed insurance agent in this free video on retirement planning and personal finance. Expert: William Rae…

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Recommendations for household budgeting software?

Anyone able to recommend good free household budgeting software. Ideally just something to track expenses, financial planning etc. Thanks for any replies. Spend the money and buy: Quicken (the basic version). Its worth the investment.

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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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