"You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face.
You must do the thing which you think you cannot do." -Eleanor Roosevelt

Retiring? What to do with your 401(k)

Tweet Retiring? What to do with your 401(k) By Walter Updegrave From CNN Money (Money Magazine) — Question: When I retire, should leave my money in my company’s 401(k) or roll it into an IRA? –Mark, Plymouth, Minnesota Answer: I hate to start with that overused phrase “it depends.” But the fact is that the right answer […]

Money Savvy Pig can teach us Adults a few Tricks

December 10, 2009 by  
Filed under Blog, Kids & Money, Money

Tweet Susan Beacham, founder of Money Savvy Generation,  writes books, curriculum and tools for children.  It  helps Parents and Grandparents teach them how to understand money.  She mentions money management as a critical life skill.  Wow, what a concept!  Remember,  our children may not always do what we say but they see what we do!

Investors Still Stash $ for Retirement

Tweet Investors Still Stash $ for Retirement By Joanne Kuster Even the stock market’s wild gyrations in 2008 didn’t deter investors from funding retirement accounts. According to a report on trends from Principal Financial Group Inc., 19.2% of investors participating in retirement programs increased 2008 contributions while 16.5% stopped or decreased contributions. The report looked at […]

Turn a Spender into an Investor

Tweet By: Joann Kuster Seymour Author, Financial Educator Spending—rather than saving money—is a habit, especially for teens. According to surveys by Teenage Research Unlimited, the average teen has more than $104 a week to spend—five times more than their parents had. Yet, today’s teens are less savvy about money, and most haven’t learned what to […]

Why Teach Kids to Invest in the Stock Market?

Tweet By: Joanne Seymour Kuster Dynaminds Publishing Teens—like most of us—practice spending well. Having “stuff” is cool. Sadly, national surveys show that few teens know what to do with a dollar if it’s NOT spent. So, will these youth be financial failures? Statistics do paint a bleak picture: • College students average $2,169 in monthly […]

How to become a Millionaire using the same old System.

August 24, 2009 by  
Filed under Advice on Money, Blog, Real Estate

Tweet It has never before been easier than now to achieve Millionaire status.  Opportunities abound yet the characteristics of a millionaire still stand solid.  Those characteristics are always found in a system.  Millionaires usually all have one thing in common.  They have mastered a money system of MSI or otherwise known as Multiple Streams of […]