Munger Cautions About Upcoming Stock Market Returns (2021-2031)

Top Line and Bottom Line

Personal Finance is very similar to Corporate Finance. How we can relate Corporate Finance to Personal Finance and how we can apply it to our daily lives?

Wise Money Moves From Some Wise People For You

Will 2016 be the year that you start building your real wealth? I hope it will be mine. It can be ours if we set our minds to do it. Each year, GoBankingRates, the personal finance site, asks the world’s most famous financial experts for their tips for the coming year. These are some of the best tips. You can use these tips no matter how much money you do have or don’t have in essence. Just follow the advice given and you can possibly end 2016 with lots more money in the bank or in your investments possibly.

Impact of Your Health on Your Wealth

We have all felt the pinch of rising cost of health care. Our health care costs are on a path to $4.8 trillion by 2021; up from $2.76 trillion in 2010 and $75 billion in 1970. Health care is fast approaching 20% of the U.S. economy.

Six Things You Should Do About Your Money

Money doesn’t just happen. You work hard to earn it and get the best from it. But if you’re not a good expense manager and too much of it slips through your fingers like dry sand, today is the day to think about things differently to change the rest of your life for the better.

How to Get Lean and Mean With Money

Do you want to operate like a lean, mean money-making machine? Do you want to achieve peak performance from your money? Here’s how the concept of lean production, pioneered by auto makers Toyota, can be applied to your finances.

Have You Spent Too Much? Companies Can Offer You Options

People everywhere find themselves with bigger credit card statements than they would like. In the event you find yourself in this situation there are a couple things you can do.

Discussing Money With Your Adult Children

Our children are now grown and on their own, but perhaps they keep coming to you for some supplemental cash. Maybe you have sent them to college with a “budget” and they seem incapable of tracking their own spending. Maybe you wonder if they are participating in a 401K or saving that bonus they just received as you hope.

Turn Your 401(K) Into a Super ROTH

The IRS officially blessed one of the best personal financial planning tools I have ever seen when they issued Notice 2014-54. This has profound tax implications for high income earners and I expect many more 401(k) providers will add these features in the coming years.

Financial Goals for 2016

This article explains how writing down your goals and staying focused helps you achieve your goals. I share this from my personal experience.

Money Forecast for 2016

What kind of financial ‘weather’ do you foresee that the year 2016 will have in store? Does your money forecast for the New Year feature dark, stormy clouds, or bright, sunny skies? Read on to learn how to really create a prosperous 2016.

No Awkward Questions With Fast Cash Lenders

If you are facing financially difficult times, you may be tempted to go to a traditional financial institution, such as a bank. However, this is not always a positive experience. In most cases, you will have to answer a number of awkward questions.

Your Wealth Depends on Good Health

Our health directly impacts our ability to create wealth, and most importantly KEEP It. How do we maintain/restore our health? Consider the following suggestions. As you read, determine which 2 items you are going to implement in your routine THIS week. Change happens in consistent small steps.

Protect Your Assets From Unexpected Events

Life is full of surprises both good and bad. If you’re unprepared financially to handle them, these events could leave you feeling anxious about your financial situation. Protecting the assets you’ve already accumulated and your ability to continue building for your future is essential to preparing for the unexpected.

Merging Finances When You Begin A Life Together

When a couple makes the decision to bring their lives together, it’s inevitable that their financial lives will become intertwined. Even though the sentiment that “love conquers all,” tends to overshadow financial concerns early in the relationship, the reality is that how each partner handles money could have a significant impact on your collective financial future. This is a more significant issue today than it might have been in the past.

Start Planning For Your Retirement Income Now

It’s never too early to start planning for retirement. In today’s uncertain economic climate, it’s especially important to diversify savings and be aware of multiple sources of potential retirement income.

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