Moving from point A to point B

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Michael began his new job as a project supervisor with a large local company on the outskirts of Atlanta. He was provided mounds of material by the HR Department on all aspects of the company, including insurance coverage, their benefit package, and reserved parking spaces. Michael diligently reviewed all the material until he got to […]

The stairs are working just fine

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You can hope for the future of your dreams or you can build the future of your dreams. I recently read an article that mentioned that roughly 20% of Americans regularly purchase lottery tickets in hopes of winning, to fund their retirement. The same article mentioned that 12% of Canadians are afflicted with this madness. […]

If Elvis were alive today

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If Elvis were alive today, he would probably be recommending gold for your IRA account or a reverse mortgage to help with your retirement income. Financial institutions, large and small, parade a series of actors and movie stars in TV commercials and magazine ads.  They try to convince us that gold is a smart investment […]

You need to decide whether you will be coachable or not

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There are dozens of best practices when it comes to financial and retirement planning. You may say, “I know that.” But just because you know something does not mean you are actually doing it. Many people know about systematic investing, dollar cost averaging, and the concept of paying yourself first. Yet the vast majority of […]