Retirement Planning

The “Do It Yourself” Debt Snowball Method
Budgeting / Financial Planning / Money Saving Tips / Retirement Planning / Wealth & Prosperity

The “Do It Yourself” Debt Snowball Method

The debt snowball method is one of the most effective methods for paying off personal debt, period. Instead of taking a purely logical approach, the debt snowball approach actually makes the whole process of paying off debts much more psychologically easy and satisfying. Here’s how the debt snowball works. An […]

Create a Passive Income Stream
Financial Planning / Retirement Planning

Create a Passive Income Stream

There is a huge difference between passive and non-passive income. With non-passive income, the second you stop working, the money stops coming in. With passive, you can do whatever you want and the money keeps on coming. Most people have the “job mentality.” In other words, they believe you always […]

Why Your Small Business Needs a Retirement Plan
Retirement Planning

Why Your Small Business Needs a Retirement Plan

By Liane Rosenberg and Cindy Starke, Portfolio Managers, Value Line Funds Entrepreneurial women generate a significant impact on the U.S. economy by creating jobs and providing opportunities to many people. According to American Express OPEN, which administers a forum to share insights and connect business owners, 9.1 million women-owned businesses […]

Couple Shares Ordeal of Protecting Elderly Parent from Financial Predator
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Couple Shares Ordeal of Protecting Elderly Parent from Financial Predator

Married for more than 30 years, Terrie and Jon Hull were very close with Terrie’s mother “Jean,” spending every holiday and Sunday together. Their happiness went from good to bad to living a nightmare in the span of just a few weeks. First, Terrie’s elderly mother was in a car […]