Three Common Savings Mistakes

Posted by on Jul 13, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Three Common Savings Mistakes

Having a good savings plan is far more involved than simply putting money into an account every week or month. Although this is how many people establish savings, this isn’t really the best practice. If this is what you’re doing, don’t be hard on yourself. The reality is that many people make this mistake and others. Make sure you know what issues to avoid.   Treating Credit Cards Like the Plague Credit cards aren’t inherently bad. Some people use credit cards badly by spending more on their cards than they can...

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Three Things You Should Know About Lifetime Annuity Investments

Posted by on Jun 29, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Three Things You Should Know About Lifetime Annuity Investments

When you’re preparing for retirement, you may be thinking about how to ensure your financial security without having to count on any government retirement money. One of the best ways to do this is by investing in a lifetime annuity. These are private insurance choices and are often less publicized, so you may not be aware of how they can work for you. Here are a few things you should know before you decide whether to invest or not. What Exactly Is A Lifetime Annuity? Lifetime annuities are essentially prepaid insurance policies that pay...

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Five Things Most People Get Wrong About Private Equity Funding

Posted by on Jun 23, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Five Things Most People Get Wrong About Private Equity Funding

Say you own a business and you need money to grow it, whether it’s a start-up or one that’s been around for decades. You’ve probably looked into a variety of funding sources, including conventional loans and private equity, but you may have dismissed the latter based on incorrect information and myths about this type of cash infusion. Here are five things most folks get wrong about private equity funding, so when you make a decision for your business, you are armed with the right information. Myth #1: Private equity funding...

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