If you are in the 99% of people who have not saved enough for retirement, you need to keep a part-time job during retirement. Most people need to keep engaged to remain young and healthy. Most boomers also need to have a job to ensure enough income comes in to take care of the bills. […]
Looking for a new job?? You need to use the web to find those specific new jobs that fit your criteria. You probably can find 1-3 new jobs a day and apply to each of them. It is key to look at all the criteria and make sure that you have a fit between what […]
Are you ready to retire? Have you made a plan & implemented it so that you can safely retire?? Most people either plan themselves or use a financial advisor to plan it for them. The focus is on financial advise but retirement is much more than that. You need to look at the key things […]
My formula for developing a new business opportunity is to pose the five W’s and see if there is market and a real opportunity that needs filling. My five W’s are simple: what, who, where, when, and how. Answer those five questions and you can find out whether that hobby or opportunity is something worth […]
[cryout-button-dark url=”#”]Downsizing your home[/cryout-button-dark] Once your kids have grown and are independent and you have retired from business, it is time to find a smaller, more appropriate sized home for just you and your spouse.
Traveling on a Budget When you retire, if the travel bug hits you, you can plan to travel to several places each year as the time and budget allows. A lot of people find that they don’t have the time or money to travel to exotic places such as cruises or far-flung exotic destinations.The best […]
[cryout-button-dark url=”#”]What are your new Year’s resolutions?[/cryout-button-dark] Thinking about my new year’s resolutions got me to really take a look at myself, what I have achieved during 2013 and what my life so far and see what I want to do in this new year. The reason new year’s resolutions are soon forgotten or not […]
[cryout-button-dark url=”#”]Managing Your Finances[/cryout-button-dark] Since I always liked numbers and I graduated with an MBA in Finance, I was always in charge of the finances in our household. I ensured all the bills were paid, balanced the checkbook, managed the savings, and invested for the future. My wife and I always discussed the options but […]
[cryout-button-dark url=”#”]Do you prefer to own or rent your home?[/cryout-button-dark] Own or rent, it usually means what you can afford. Can you afford the down payment and monthly payments for a house or do you have enough cash-flow to afford the monthly rent check.