2015, The New 2008
A seven year crash cycle has emerged, starting in 1994 with the bond market crash, leading to the stock market crash of 2001, and then of course there was 2008. Many in the investment and finance community see the worst crash of all coming in 2015.Three Keys to Strengthening Your Financial Resolve in 2015
It takes a lot of practice (and willingness) to become a champion of responsible spending and saving to meet your long-term goals. If you’re a bit out of shape in the financial department, don’t try to change everything overnight. Instead, embark on a financial evolution that fosters the kind of behaviors that will improve your financial standing over time.Grow Wealth Without Any Extra Income
Situations can change at a moment’s notice. Find out how to grow wealth without adding any extra income to the plate. Get a sense of peace and give back to the community you love. Be free to do what you want and break the chains that enslave you to the lender.Bonanza! The 1.7% Social Security COLA for 2015
Seniors on Social Security are no doubt celebrating after learning that, come January 2015, their payouts will go up a whopping 1.7%. By federal law, Cost-of-Living-Adjustments (COLA) link to the inflation rate of the Wages Consumer Price Index (CPI-W). In 1975, when Social Security disbursed the first COLA, recipients got an 8% raise. But that was then and this is now.Becoming Financially Free – Successfully Finding Freedom in Financial Life – Possible or Not?
Freedom is doing what you want, when you want, with whom you want, and most importantly, having the resources, both physical and financial, to do so. In March of 1992, the Network Marketing industry’s skyrocketing success served as the lead story for SUCCESS magazine. It outsold every issue in the 100 year history of the magazine. So, what was it that many had already figured out and still many more wanted to?