Financial Planning

Taking Stock: Seven Positive Indications
Financial News / Financial Planning / Wealth & Prosperity

Taking Stock: Seven Positive Indications

That the Stock Market Boom Is Here to Stay With the stock market hitting new highs, many people are asking, “Is this the time to get back in?” Financial expert John Vento answers with a resounding “Yes!” and explains why. Since the financial crisis hit back in 2007, many Americans […]

4 Things Parents Should Know  Before Paying for College
Financial Planning / Parenting / Wealth & Prosperity

4 Things Parents Should Know Before Paying for College

Financial Specialist Shares Ways to Help Your Child While Protecting Your Retirement From $20,000 to $65,000 a year – that’s the tuition cost for one year of college, says John McDonough, a money expert who helps retirees and parents plan for their families’ futures. “For the 2012–2013 academic year, the […]

By All Accounts:  Eleven Essential Bookkeeping Accounts for Any Small Business Owner
Financial Planning / Money Saving Tips

By All Accounts: Eleven Essential Bookkeeping Accounts for Any Small Business Owner

Detailed bookkeeping is essential to the success of every small business, and even more essential for small business owners is understanding what your books tell you about your business. Author Lita Epstein provides an overview of what accounts are necessary for your business. When you first started your business, you […]

How the Recession Has Changed Retirement Planning
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How the Recession Has Changed Retirement Planning

Expert Offers 3 Tips for Baby Boomers The economy may be recovering, but some of the changes wrought by the Great Recession may be long-lasting. Anyone planning for retirement, no matter what their age, needs to take those changes into account, says financial advisor Philip Rousseaux, a member of the […]

Is Your Leadership Hurting the Bottom Line?
Being a Leader / Financial Planning / Wealth & Prosperity

Is Your Leadership Hurting the Bottom Line?

4 ‘Bad Leader Behaviors’ That Affect Productivity, Profits What can business leaders and managers learn from watching the earnings of publicly traded companies? “Plenty,” says Kathleen Brush, a 25-year veteran of international business and author of “The Power of One: You’re the Boss,” (www.kathleenbrush.com), a guide to developing the skills […]

Financial Independence is NOT Just for Wealthy People
Financial Planning / Money Saving Tips / Retirement Planning / Wealth & Prosperity

Financial Independence is NOT Just for Wealthy People

Ten Steps to Get You and Your Finances Where You Want to Go As a result of the 2008 economic meltdown, it became stunningly obvious that many Americans had not managed their finances well. What we learned as the economy slipped into a Great Recession was that many people lived […]

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