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Robert Kiyosaki & Joe Aldeguer
Sep19

Robert Kiyosaki & Joe Aldeguer

World renowned author and Real Estate investor, Robert Kiyosaki, talks to Joe Aldeguer about his insights and strategies in investing into Real Estate. Share and...

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20 Lazy Ways to Save Money

While the media can’t decide if the recession is nearing its end or not, we do know that there hasn’t been a tremendous surge in wages, job creation or the stock market. Consequently, most of us are staying pretty conservative on our spending. Here are a few relatively simple ways to keep an eye on your pennies while you’re waiting for that brighter economic future to arrive. 1. Schedule automatic payments. Have (at...

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Learning good saving habits early in your career
Sep15

Learning good saving habits early in your career

Question: My 21-year-old daughter makes $80,000 a year working at a large firm. She has very low expenses, so I’d like to see her sock away a huge amount of money. I told her that if you get used to spending a lot each month on “fun” stuff, it will be much harder to save down the road. I’d also like to see her bypass the high-end investment firms in favor of less expensive alternatives. What do you suggest?...

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Economic Collapse: Robert Kiyosaki Says The Worst To Come: Depression Or HyperInflation
Sep11

Economic Collapse: Robert Kiyosaki Says The Worst To Come: Depression Or HyperInflation

We are either going into a Depression or Hyperinflation. The Dollar will be coming down and things will get tough. [carousel keywords="silver bullion"] Share and...

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Five Secrets Your Bank Doesn’t Want You to Know
Sep09

Five Secrets Your Bank Doesn’t Want You to Know

Laura Rowley Banks are squeezing customers with historically high fees and penalties, from overdraft charges to account service fees to new surcharges on foreign debit transactions. But the pressures that have prompted the fee war with consumers started well before the financial meltdown, according to Jo Preuninger, a former management consultant who spent more than a decade in the consumer banking arena. I asked Preuninger for a...

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Four Ways to Weather an Economic Storm
Sep07

Four Ways to Weather an Economic Storm

~ Andrew Beattie Economic conditions can be as temperamental as the weather. In this article we’ll look at some simple steps that can help keep the financial boat afloat during an economic tempest. Batten Down the Hatches Warren Buffet derides management that embarks on cost cutting, as good management shouldn’t need to be prompted to control costs – that should be second nature. People are less strict with their personal...

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Robert Kiyosaki’s Cash Flow Book Review: Why Network Marketing
Sep06

Robert Kiyosaki’s Cash Flow Book Review: Why Network Marketing

Robert Kiyosaki is a master when it comes to explaining things in simple terms. This is a review on the book Cash Flow Quadrant. I learned 3 major things from reading this book. The biggest is the importance of leveraging a system.   Share and...

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Couples Quiz: What’s Your Financial Compatibility
Sep05

Couples Quiz: What’s Your Financial Compatibility

Couples frequently avoid talking about money before marriage. That’s unfortunate, because sharing perspectives about money can help couples resolve the financial issues that doom many marriages. The following financial compatibility quiz can help couples planning to tie the knot discuss financial issues. Answer “true” or “false” to each of the following statements. 1.      We are...

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How Deep Must You Dig to Pay the Mortgage?

Jack M. Guttentag As the unemployment rate rises, more mortgage borrowers must choose between default and making the payment out of savings. That can be an agonizing decision. See the letter below: “I was laid off recently but am reasonably hopeful of finding another position soon… We have stayed current by drawing down our IRAs, but there is only about $4,000 left, enough to cover us for one more month…Our family is...

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Banks Get Picky in Doling Out Credit Cards

When Edward Miller recently applied for a Charles Schwab Corp. credit card, a company representative asked him to fax in copies of his bank-account statements to verify his net worth. It was “a bit of a hassle,” says the 64-year-old retired economics and finance professor from Bethesda, Md. He complied and was eventually approved for the card with a $5,000 limit. After years of mailing cards out to just about anybody,...

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