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How You Can Use Life Insurance As an Investment Tool

There are literally thousands of investment tools out there, and determining which one is the perfect fit for you is a complicated consideration. The fact is, each investment you consider will have its fair share of pros and cons, and there may not be an absolute ‘perfect’ option. But you can certainly hedge your bets with a diverse portfolio and some options you know will be there in good times and bad. Most people buy life insurance because... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Benefits of Investing in Your Business’ Online Reputation

Having a strong online presence is one of the most important things a small, medium or large sized business can have in the vastly competitive and rapidly changing modern market place. If your placement on the web doesn’t reflect your business in the right light, it can mean the difference of making it or breaking it in your prospective industry. Most consumers go online to vet a business that they might do business with. If it is a product, they... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Tips for Building a Profitable Stock Portfolio

In today’s fast paced, competitive world, the stock market is as fickle as ever. On Wall Street, it’s a dog eat dog climate and more personal investors who are jumping into the trenches are coming up empty. Building a stock portfolio is more and more becoming an important personal venture to secure the investor for their financial future. However, an investor must know the ins and outs of how to build a successful portfolio in order to reap the... ❯❯❯

Smart and Easy Ways to Reinvest in Your Business

If you are an entrepreneur with your own business and you’ve managed to survive the low points of this recession you should certainly celebrate! That’s no small accomplishment. Most businesses fold up during their first five years, and that’s even during the best of economic times. These days it takes a strong leader with a savvy eye and quite a bit of luck to make things work out. And now that you’ve weathered whatever storm hit... ❯❯❯

5 Simple Ways to Get Started Investing in Real Estate

The world of real estate is exciting and filled with opportunity, but it’s no easier to break into than any other field. This is a huge industry with thousands of years of history, and it may seem daunting at first. If real estate jargon makes your head spin, have no fear. There are a few simple things you can do to help get started investing in real estate, and the first step is easier than you can imagine. Start Saving Right NowIn... ❯❯❯

5 Reasons to Invest in Marketing for Your Business

Running a business is never as easy as you imagine it will be. Even business owners who find themselves becoming successful quickly are faced with countless challenges and problems. Whether your business is just starting up, or has already begun to prosper, one of your biggest challenges is going to be marketing. Many business owners still don’t understand the importance of marketing, but there are many ways that investing in marketing can help... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Stock Market Trading Tips for Beginners

The exciting world of the stock market is enticing many people to come and try their hand at the investment game. We've all been lured in by the success stories of people who strike gold in the stock market and gain riches practically overnight. However, it is important to remember that there are just as many failure stories in the stock market. It's not easy to make money on stocks, and beginners should take heed of professional advice before jumping in. ... ❯❯❯

5 Personal Finance Experts Worth Listening To

Financial advice is a field more tricky and subjective than most others, and it can be tough to figure out who is giving good advice and whose words are going to ruin your accounts. The same financial strategy may not work for multiple people. Financial experts are the most important gurus in the world for many people, but how can you tell which self-proclaimed genius is giving legitimate advice. Take heed when these 5 financial experts start talking,... ❯❯❯

Is Life Insurance an Investment?

Life insurance is a complicated issue in the world today. Many people decide to buy life insurance policies as a means of providing for their families in the unfortunate event that something should happen to them. Funeral expenses can put a major burden on grieving families, and a life insurance policy can be a great help. Some, however, are now viewing life insurance as an investment. This new approach to policy shopping is changing the way people... ❯❯❯

Is a College Degree a Bad Investment?

College is a complicated issue for many young adults in the world today. On the one hand, it is a necessity for many. Students hoping to find promising careers in a field of their choice often need a college degree. Highly competitive job markets and scarce opportunities have made college education a requirement even for entry level positions in many fields. Careers in the sciences, of course, are next to impossible to achieve without extensive education.... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Investing Tips for College Students

College is a great time to start investing, but getting your feet wet in the complicated world of investment is not easy to do. The field is vast and intimidating, and it's tough to be confident when you're putting your money on the line. You're already making an investment in your college education, and pouring more money into other pursuits can be difficult and risky. Start yourself the right way by following these 5 tips for investing as a college... ❯❯❯

How to Maximize Your Investment in College

If you're planning on going to college, that's awesome. There are many reports to support the fact that someone with a college degree earns up to $20,000 more per year than someone who only has a high school diploma. For this reason alone, it's understandable why getting a college education is such a wise thing to do. However, if you want to maximize your investment in college, there are some things that you can do to accomplish that goal. Below, we have... ❯❯❯

FSA Warns Over Unregulated Investments In SIPPs: 3 Scams To Avoid

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has issued an alert warning about the dangers of investing in unregulated investments within a SIPP (Self Invested Personal Pension). The FSA is concerned that advisers are recommending unsuitable transfers, from existing pensions into SIPPs, in full knowledge of the fact that the pension fund will be invested in unregulated investments. The adviser then ‘turns a blind eye’ to the suitability of the... ❯❯❯

Don't Lose Your Head - How Anyone Can Invest!

So, you want to start investing but don’t have clue where to begin? You found the right webpage. The following guidelines will give you an overview of what it takes to invest, and give you information on how to start making your money work for you today.  Narrow Your Options  You should get familiar with the various options for investments and decide which is right for your budget and time management.  For instance, there are Direct... ❯❯❯

Simple Rules To Building Wealth

In life there are rules for almost everything. Our congress passes laws constantly to address certain needs in the nation, as do our state and local leaders. Businesses have rules, and there are rules to running business ethically and legally. Families have rules on how members ought to behave and what is expected of each. And schools, civic associations, national parks, cruise ships, and professional sports and little leagues have rules, all with a... ❯❯❯

Binary Options: Financial Trading Or Gambling

Over the past few years, binary options have grabbed headlines as the hottest new way to make investment profits. It’s true that binary options have been around for much longer, but they have only become an easy and popular trading tool recently. Since 2008, binary options trading has become affordable and accessible, open to the average trader with investments as small as just ten dollars. Of course the high popularity of binary options trading has... ❯❯❯

With An Increase In Capital Gains Tax, American Investors Seeking Investment Alternatives

Over worries of the “fiscal cliff” (I know that this word is now taboo but I had to use it here), Congress approved an increase in capital gains and dividend income for American investors starting in 2013. According to Seeking Alpha, an increase of 3.8% in capital gains for those in the $250K-$450K tax bracket will cause a -10% decrease in yield on dividends and capital gains. With such a decrease in yield, many Americans are seeking safe... ❯❯❯

Planeacion Financiera Personal - Personal Financial Planning

There are lots of misunderstandings and outright untruths about financial planning and how it works. Below I've listed 9 myths and 9 realities which hopefully will help you to understand how it really works! Myth 1: I can't afford professional financial advice. Reality: It is almost certain that you will save much more than you pay in advisory fees. Getting your investments structured in the right way for example, could save you millions of pesos in the... ❯❯❯

Planning for Retirement

Planning for your retirement can seem quite difficult. After all, you've never done it before, how can you plan for it? The best thing that you can do in planning for any type of financial situation, from buying a home to retiring comfortably, is in educating yourself. Many people are basing their retirements on pre-conceived notions that have never been backed up. There are many things that you should know in preparing to retire. The first is that you... ❯❯❯

What You Should Know About A 401k

A 401k is a good place to start in planning for your future retirement, no matter how far away you may be from the actual time. A 401k account is a special type of savings account that is funded directly through your paycheck each pay period. How it works is that you and your employer determine the amount that is to be deducted from each paycheck you receive, then the employer determines your pre-tax earnings and deducts your 401k funds from the paycheck... ❯❯❯