The boom and bust cycle isn’t just a characteristic of a capitalistic economy, for us in the U.S. it’s a long-time pattern that jeopardizes our retirements, our spending, our enterprise, and above all our way of life. During the ‘boom’ the economy grows, and as you can imagine, during the
Most employers want to compensate their employees fairly, but sometimes, depending on how much a business profits, extra compensation just isn’t possible. There are other ways to reward your employees with a job well done that can be better and more lasting than a few extra dollars on their paycheck.
You lie awake, palms sweating, wondering to yourself why that investment seemed so promising. The ‘what if’s’ tumble through your mind like one of those falling dreams that jolt you awake; as you chastise yourself, vowing to change your investing habits. Sound familiar? To many vow to change their investing
Passive income strategies are not always the easiest to come by. When hearing the term “passive income” it’s likely for many to think real estate or stock marketing investing. However, as most of us probably know, there is much more that goes into generating a durable passive income stream than
“If I were to start over from scratch today with what we know, I’d probably blow up the existing structure and start over.” –Ted Benna, Father of the 401(k) Quite a powerful realization, but because so many individuals are pushed into using the qualified plan for retirement, they don’t realize
Most wealth creation principles are easy to understand, but difficult to implement. Nelson Nash, in his book Becoming Your Own Banker, discusses three distinct rules that can “make or break” your pathway to wealth and prosperity: the Golden Rule, Parkinson’s Law, and Sutton’s Law. The Golden Rule: (Those who have