retirement

Don’t Take Suze Orman’s Advice… or Mine

September 9, 2010

Tweet There is a ton of information on the web covering every topic imaginable. In some respects, the amount of information can be a positive. If you need some help, a quick internet search can net you the best recipe for grandma’s homemade biscuits or help you replace your car’s canooter valve. The problem is, while the […]

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The Long and Short of Long Term Care Insurance

August 23, 2010

Tweet Have you given any thought to long term care insurance? As with any insurance product, the best time to think about it is when you DON’T need it. You’re probably thinking, “Why should I need that kind of insurance? I’m nice and healthy and I’m never going to allow myself to be stuck into […]

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More Money Doesn’t Solve Anything

August 2, 2010

Tweet Have you ever wished you had just a little more money, then you could make ends meet? Well, I hate to tell you this, but you’re wrong. Most likely, it’s not more money that you need. What you need is to know how to best use what you have. Once you have that figured […]

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How To Become Self Insured

July 29, 2010

Tweet It seems that whole life policies are a fairly popular option with people. I mean really, who wouldn’t want to actually get some money back after paying for a product for so many years? The problem is, you’re trying to mix products. You are trying to mix a life insurance product with an investment […]

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What the World Cup Can Teach Us

June 21, 2010

Tweet While much of the rest of the world pauses to watch the World Cup soccer matches with perhaps more attention than we give to March Madness here in Indiana, people in the U.S. go about their business as if nothing significant is happening. Perhaps we should spend a little time learning about the world […]

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How to Reduce Your Spending

May 17, 2010

Tweet Okay, I’m just going to get this out of the way right off the bat. Please excuse me here. I’m going to use the ‘B’ word. Yeah, ‘budget’. You will continue to struggle with reducing your spending until you establish a budget and learn to live on it. It is the starting point for […]

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What’s Your Plan?

April 27, 2010

Tweet The other day I was talking to one of my wife’s co-workers. He knows I do financial coaching and he was pretty proud of himself for the way he has handled his money thus far. He was wondering what I could do for someone in his financial position. For someone who is fairly young, […]

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