Managing Your Money in Retirement

by Andrew Schreiber 6. November 2012
Your days of working are over. Now you have to figure out a new financial plan. The nest egg that you have accumulated through your pre-retirement years will determine the type of life you are able to live post-retirement. The more disciplined with saving you have been in your younger years, the more comfortably you should be able to live in your golden years. If you spent the younger days of your life thinking that you would never make it past 60, yet now 60 has come and gone and you’re s... [More]

I Just Graduated from College, Welcome to My Private Jet

by Stacy Tharp 18. October 2012
Hey college grads - picture this: after receiving your diploma, you’ve landed a great job at a Fortune 500 company and you’ve got a killer apartment in Harbor East overlooking the water, on which you spend your weekends out on your new boat, where your new “bling” sparkles in the sunlight. Now take a safety pin and pop that ridiculous dream cloud. I could say I’m sorry for smashing (or popping) your dreams, but instead I’m going to say welcome to the real worl... [More]

Money in Your 30s: Manage It, Don't Be Managed by It

by Wade Barnes 4. October 2012
Like it or not, the days when maybe it was okay to be slightly irresponsible with your money are over. You may have worked a job or two, but now you’re moving into the career years ahead. As you nail down a stable job with a stable income, it’s time to start managing your money so that money doesn’t manage you for the rest of your life. With these simple tips, we’ll point you in the right direction. Debt It's time to deleverage. The best way to increase your cash flow is ... [More]


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