7 Reasons to be a Private Lender

It’s one of the oldest, most proven forms of investing; lending capital to another—perhaps someone who can’t get traditional bank financing—in exchange for interest, and eventually your principal, in return.

The Balancing Act: Are You Truly Diversified?

Have you taken a “30,000 foot view” of your finances lately? Is it positioned for the growth, strength, stability and cash flow you desire? To help you answer that, let’s examine asset allocation and diversification through the lens of Prosperity Economics.

How to Money-Proof Your Relationship!

Research from American Express revealed that 91 percent of couples avoid talking about finances, and only 43 percent discussed money before marriage!

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Are Bonds Still a Good Choice for Safe, Steady Growth?

If you’ve been paying attention, you’ll know that bonds aren’t what they used to be. Values are declining, risk is up, investors are selling, bond funds are underperforming, and municipal bonds are no longer the safe haven they once were.

7 Strategies for More Income in Retirement

One of the biggest fears people have is running out of money in retirement. And for many Americans, this is a very real risk, not an irrational phobia.

Principles of Financial Strategy – Certainty

Financial strategy is more than just rate of return. Follow along in this series of posts on principles of financial strategy. Rate of return is one of them, but it’s not the only one.

Principles of Financial Strategy – Control

Financial strategy is more than just rate of return. Follow along in this series of posts on principles of financial strategy. Rate of return is one of them, but it’s not the only one.

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Avoid losses and keep more of your money

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Begin with the end in mind

Begin with the end in mind – increase retirement distribution by 70%