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Revealing Daily Habits Of The Wealthy

[tp widget=”select2/tpw_select2.php”] According to a recent study by Tom Corley, author of Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits Of Wealthy Individuals, there are few key habits that separate the rich from the poor. “Rich people” are defined as having a yearly income of $160,000 or more and a liquid net worth of at least $3.2 million, and […]
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Why Everyone Is an Entrepreneur Now

by Jana Kasperkevic May 24, 2013 Job-hopping might ruffle a corporation’s feathers, but employers need to accept it’s a way of life. Millennials have disrupted the labor market, making it acceptable to job hop and complete “tours of duty” until a better offer comes along. In the process, company loyalty has become a thing of the […]
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Warren Buffett’s Investment Tips

Warren Buffett is considered to be the world’s greatest investor. He is currently the fourth wealthiest man in the world and the second in the United States with a net worth of $53.5 billion. He is constantly featured in the news, and Time magazine named him one of the world’s most influential people. Every year […]
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An Investor’s Guide To Annuities

Chances are if you are looking at planning for retirement, you have come across annuities as a potential investment product for retirement income. The proper annuity may enhance your investment portfolio, but it is important to make sure it is suitable for you. What is an annuity? An annuity is a contract between you and […]
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Setting An Investment Strategy

 Setting up an investment strategy can seem incredibly complex. You can find plenty of information on investing from the web, magazines, news sources, books, seminars, and even tips from friends. Unfortunately some people spend a great deal of time on investment strategies that are more likely to reduce rather than increase their investment portfolios. A […]
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The Importance Of Investing

The S&P500 is up more than 11 percent this year and above 1,400 for the first time since mid-2008. This is good news, but many people are still on the sidelines worried about the global economy and the precarious conditions in Europe. The knee-jerk reaction may be to move all assets into a bank account […]
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Buying A Car With Confidence

Each year, approximately 7.5 million vehicles are sold in the United States with an average price of about $30,000. Driving off the lot with a new car may be a great experience, but it also can be a daunting task. Nobody wants to pay more than they should. Here are some tips to help you […]
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