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The Hawk and the Mouse - Saving for Retirement

There once was a hawk, ferocious and swift. He was young and agile with many years of life to hunt the open ranch lands. In a nearby field, a mouse scurried about the ground. The hawk saw the hurried motion and swept speedily toward the rodent.

Still Using Federal Reserve Notes?(How to Beat Inflation)

"My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge."

8 Tips for Keeping More of Your Hard Earned Money

Masters degree not required...just a little common sense, a $5.00 calculator and a realistic plan is all you?ll need.

Profit from Your Own Information Empire!

Would you like to profit from your own information empire? Here are a few ways of doing so.

Your Own Products Can Make You Rich

Although there are advantages to selling other people`s products and services, there are also drawbacks. For example, the lack of exclusive rights to your own proprietary product can mean that you are just one of thousands selling the same thing. Excessive competition can cause you to drop your prices and to lose sales, thus affecting your profits and cashflow that are so essential to your business survival.

Financial Freedom, Is It Only A Dream or Just Steps Away?

Almost all of us go to work everyday and do the same routine over and over again. We work so hard until we caught up in the routines for years. With the salary that we earn every day, we try to pay all of our bills. We always expect to get a higher salary, getting promotion or our business running better so we can earn more money. But we do not realize that when we get more income, we also have spent more money on our needs. After we work for two, five, or even ten years we just realize that we have been in the rat race of our financial troubles.

Surefire Ways to Attain Moneymaking Success

You have probably heard other people say that "Money isn't everything" or "Money can't buy happiness." They may be right in some aspects; but it's not just about the money.

Trustee Fees: How Much is Enough and How Much is Too Much?

I am often amused by the ads and offers I see concerning living trusts.

Trustees: Who Can You Trust?

Early in my legal career I represented two young women in their early 20s.

Living Trusts: Do They Protect Your Assets From Creditors?

A surprising number of readers want to know "Can a living trust protect my family's assets from creditors and lawsuits?"

Q and A: Financial Independence Tips For Women From Coni Cecil

As a woman Netpreneur, I sat down via e-mail with article-announce regular contributor, Internet marketer and women's financial consultant Coni Cecil of www.cecilfreedom.com. She shared her Internet marketing and financial wisdom for women on the Net. The quote on her site from Eleanor Roosevelt is inspiring: "The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams."

Real Estate Stories that Show You How!

Let?s begin easing you out of the pits. I mean, comfort zone! I?m going to slowly and methodically give you as many little sparks and insights to the relatively simple ways that ordinary people use real estate to achieve extraordinary results.

The Wealthy Mindset

What is the difference between wealthy people and poor (even average) people? It is not all the money that wealthy people have and the average don?t, nor the luxury, nor the lifestyle. It is their mindset.

Who Else Is Tired of Life Punching Them in the Face?

Remember the bloodied face of Randall "Tex" Cobb?

Could a Roth IRA be Better Than a 401(k)?

Very few people whom I know are familiar with the benefits of the Roth IRA. It was named for the late Senator William Roth of Rhode Island, who proposed it. It is similar to a traditional IRA except contributions are never tax-deductible. Contributions to traditional IRAs are sometimes deductible or partially deductible, depending on your income and whether or not you have a retirement plan like a 401(k) at work. With Roth IRAs, individuals are limited to incomes of $95,000 ($150,000 for couples) to be eligible for full contribution amounts.

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