The Government’s Incentives for Entrepreneurs – Robert Kiyosaki, Garrett Sutton, and Tom Wheelwright

Athletes, Stay Away From This Reputable Businessman

By following a few simple rules, professional athletes can keep themselves out of financial trouble. And out of the pawn shop, even if it’s run by someone with their best interests at heart.

Annuities – The Basics

Learn the types of annuities and the basic policy provisions. A “heads-up” regarding the sale of your annuity for a lump sum.

Be Mortgage Free in 5 Years!

Ever dreamt of being mortgage free? Make that dream a reality! Through hard work, a little determination and persistence your dream can come true!

Short Sale Vs Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure: The Options Homeowners Need to Know

There are several ways to responsibly handle a mortgage foreclosure. In circumstances in which the homeowner wants to separate themselves from the property, their options include a short sale or a deed in lieu of foreclosure. Understanding these two very different solutions is the first step in a successful process.

Mortgages Vs Deeds of Trust

A comparative look at mortgages and deeds of trust. It looks at similarities as well as differences.

What Is a Real Estate Listing Agreement?

This article answers the question, “What is a real estate listing agreement?” It explains different types and what they are used for.

I Want to Buy My First House, Am I Ready?

For those people who have purchased a home before you know that this is a question that you should take seriously. Completing a home buying transaction will be hard, long and stressful. This may or may not be the right time for you and yours to take this step.

Is Money Ever Enough?

Although we regard money as the cause for all evil, everyone always wants more of it. Here are some reasons why we need more money!

How to Financially Survive If You Lose Your Job

As many of you are aware, the national unemployment rate is in a critical state, and very unpredictable. If you are a part of the unfortunate population that has lost, or will lose, your job, you should be asking yourself the following question: How will I financially survive?

4 Tips to Help You Save Money

When the economy is down or you find you have more bills to pay at the end of the month than money in your pocket, you must do what you can to save money. It’s not easy to do this because you have to give up things you would normally enjoy and that can be one of the hardest things to get over. These things may include steak dinners, new clothes every week, expensive trips, or a Starbucks coffee every morning.

What Is A Bridging Loan And Under What Circumstances Is Taking It Beneficial For You?

Bridging Loan is a short term financial help that people can get in order to buy a house before selling off their existing property. This bridges the gap between sale price of a new home and the new mortgage that has been taken on it.

13 Retirement Planning Tips For Business Owners and Entrepreneurs

Retirement planning – it sounds awesome and it can offer an attractive lifestyle.For some some simple, easy to follow steps to help you plan your retirement so you can enjoy it to the fullest, read on.

Don’t Let a Natural Disaster Turn into a Financial Disaster

“I thought it would never happen to me.” It’s a phrase you often hear when stories about natural disasters break in the news. Recent disasters such as Hurricane Sandy, a variety of tornadoes and floods are reminders that disaster can strike at any time.

Top 5 Financial Considerations When Changing Employers

Whether by choice or circumstance, it’s likely you’re going to change employers at least once during the course of your career. Changing jobs is a major life event and there’s a lot to consider during the transition. When you make a career move, there are some essential things you’ll want to make sure you do.

Why Offer a 401(K) Plan? – Retirement Planning for Your Business

A 401(k) plan is more than just an employee benefit, but an economic security tool for your business. When employees are equipped with the tools they need to retire in comfort they in turn have disposable income and are far more likely to not only spend it in the local economy, but also be happier in their workplace without the added stress of thinking about retirement and thus be more productive.

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