Posts Tagged ‘residual income’

Who Is The Master?

Thursday, November 13, 2008 15:30 No Comments

Most people go through life working for money. They often go to a job they don’t like, do things they don’t like and would rather be somewhere else. They do this for money. This means that money is the dictator in their life. The wealthy have money for them. They purchase or grow assets, especially […]

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Retirement Requirement

Wednesday, September 3, 2008 11:46 No Comments

I recently attended a convention where one of the featured speakers was Richard Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad and other books. Part of what he talked about was in order to retire well, you needed to be a business owner. His view was that if you are depending on your savings to compound, […]

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Can you afford to retire?

Monday, November 19, 2007 0:09 No Comments

Have you ever sat down and calculated what you needed financially for retirement? There’s several ways of doing this. One of the first decisions is whether you want to rely totally upon the interest earned from your investments or whether you will rely on drawing down your principal as well. Relying only upon interest means […]

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Leveraged Residual Income

Sunday, September 30, 2007 22:08 No Comments

As one of the 78 million Baby Boomers, I share the two great concerns of the Boomers – health and wealth. How do I maintain my health as long as possible and will I outlast my money? Maintaining your health is mostly about lifestyle choices and beyond the scope of this article. I can, however, […]

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Are you set for retirement?

Saturday, September 29, 2007 20:21 No Comments

I was listening to a CD by David Bach, author of Start Late, Finish Rich and other books, who was quoting some statistics from AARP that only 1 in 5 Baby Boomers had more than $25,000 in savings. That means that 80% of Boomers don’t have at least $25,000 in savings. There are a couple […]

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