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06/13/2018 08:02 AM
Financial Advisors - How Did Reverse Sexism Become The Acceptable Norm?
In my view, pretending to be non-sexist by engaging in sexist activities is probably the worst display of a moral foundation within the human endeavor. Let's take an example from the Financial Media Industry if we might. Okay so, The Wall Street Journal puts out a list of Top Financial Advisors and in that list it is both male and female based on the ranks, actual returns and amount of money under management. Then the Wall Street Journal puts out a list of Top Women Financial Advisors. In looking at this one could easily say; so what? But that is only because we've been trained to think this is proper, even when it flagrantly displays the complete bias for women. I asked myself why the Wall Street Journal does this?
06/06/2018 02:19 PM
The Cost of Working Overseas
Venturing out for possible opportunities to work abroad isn't free. Apart from deciding the life beyond your comfort zone, considering the cost of flying outside the country is an important concern too. Admiring for a higher salary overseas might also cost you a substantial amount. Is it costly to work overseas? How much does a candidate have to shell out from his pocket to reach his dream job abroad?
06/02/2018 01:09 PM
Researching Investments in the Neighborhood
Invest cautiously and only in financial instruments that you understand. You must have and use a reliable source of current, newsworthy financial information in order to understand when to invest and when to avoid investing.
05/25/2018 11:19 AM
Which Cash Flow Quadrant You Are In
There are four cash flow quadrants: E (employee), S (self-employed), B (business), I (investor). All these quadrants have their values and mindsets. The mindset determines our financial status and destiny. E and S mean poor mindset; if you want to change your life and destiny, you will have to change your mindset.
05/02/2018 02:50 PM
Seven Cures for a Lean Purse
In the previous article we looked at George S Glason's Five Laws of Gold. These are aimed at those who have a steady income, and indeed some disposable income, and can consider investing their spare cash rather than spending all their income on necessities. The Seven Cures for a Lean Purse are for those starting from a less fortunate position: the JAMS (just about managing) and the NAAMs (not at all managing).
04/30/2018 02:46 PM
Systematic and Unsystematic Risks: How to Mitigate Them
Risks are unavoidable in businesses. Find out what are systematic and unsystematic risks, and learn how to mitigate them.
04/30/2018 10:07 AM
Making Money Work
Often people believe they can not save money. It is actually easier and less painful than people realize.
04/23/2018 01:13 PM
Apartments - Top 9 Wealth Creating Reasons to Invest
The richest people in the US invest in Real Estate. Many of them made their fortunes in Real Estate. With that thought in mind, let us review the Top 9 reasons how investing in Apartments (Multi-Family property) can assist you in achieving the Lifestyle you desire, help you create generational wealth and provide for your favorite charity.
04/23/2018 11:49 AM
What Is Passive Income And Wealth Building?
Active income comes as long as you keep on working. While after developing a handsome passive income source, you don't need to do a job or work daily. After a few years, you will be fully independent and enjoy the rest of your life with peace and freedom - freedom of time and money.
04/11/2018 04:38 PM
Exit Strategy: Your Retirement Plan
According to a survey conducted by the Freelancer's Union, 57.3 million Americans, 36% of the working population, were self-employed in 2017. The self-employed receive no employer-sponsored benefits, unless they themselves become employers and hire full-time workers, making employers and employees eligible for sponsored benefits. Otherwise, the self-employed receive no paid sick, holiday, or vacation time and no employer co-sponsored health insurance or retirement benefits. Along with the self-employed are millions who work part-time in traditional employment and who likewise receive no employer-sponsored benefits. Let's consider retirement, one of two benefits that workers may self-fund (along with health insurance).
04/11/2018 04:36 PM
Focus Is What Creates Wealth
A few months ago, I wrote about the two driving forces in every decision we make. Each decision you make is based on your attempt to avoid pain or pursue pleasure. In many areas of our lives, pain seems more intense and therefore, most of us base our decisions trying to avoid pain.
04/11/2018 08:20 AM
New Zealand Kiwisaver
New Zealand Kiwisaver is New Zealand's retirement savings scheme. It is voluntary but strongly advisable to join irrespective of your circumstances as I will discuss in this article. If you are from a country other than New Zealand then many of the rules of New Zealand Kiwisaver ill not be applicable to your country
03/22/2018 03:09 PM
Finance - Solid Bedrock For Growth And Prosperity for Any Business
Finance serves a backbone for any company, in fact, it acts as a solid bedrock for growth and prosperity for any business. Worldwide businesses look for capitalists to improve their business' capabilities and grow it is a desired way.
03/20/2018 03:49 PM
The Power Brokers
In all of history there has always been a family name synonymous with great wealth. Just the name Rothschild conjurors up images of great mansions that dwarf the Vanderbilt's and the Rockefellers. With so many of us in the United States so impoverished while the fat cats on Wall Street keep getting even fatter we really would like to know who really are the Rothschilds?
03/17/2018 10:25 AM
Is Cancelling NAFTA Bad for Canada?
The spectre of NAFTA being cancelled is on many people's minds since the election of President Donald Trump. Washington has pulled out of the TPP and wants a better deal for the U.S. in the NAFTA agreement. The recent possible tariffs coming from the Trump administration is also heightening trade concerns. Is cancelling NAFTA a bad thing for Canada? There are 2 ways to examine this question.

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