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When Walter White quit his job as a high school chemistry teacher and began manufacturing the best blue ice methamphetamine on the planet, he did not plan for the tidal wave of cash that would come his way. When no more duffle bags of hundred-dollar...

All investments can be divided into two categories, those the investor owns and those that are loans. Two Ways to Invest   Own Loan Real Estate Savings Natural Resources Certificates of Deposit Common Stock U. S Treasuries Fine Art U. S Agencies Rare Collectibles Corporate and Municipal Bonds Everyone who has a bank account invests by...

Entrepreneurs do not take the risks they do with their time, their money and their reputations in order to secure a comfortable retirement. They do it because that is who they are and what they do best. Some people choose to work at the factory,...

“So be sure when you step, Step with care and great tact. And remember that life's A Great Balancing Act. Dr. Seuss “Everything changes, nothing stands still,” according to Heraclitus. And for some people, at times life can be like living near a glacier. In winter...

March 28, 2019 By Sterling Neblett Centurion Wealth Management On Friday, March 22nd the yield of the United States Ten-year Treasury Note dropped below that of the Three-month Treasury Bill for the first time since August of 2007. This situation does not often present itself, but when it...

Kate Ashford , Forbes CONTRIBUTOR Fully a third of small business owners don’t have a retirement savings plan, according to a recent survey by small business site Manta. Of those who don’t, 37% don’t make enough profit to save for retirement, 21% used their previous...

By Jeanne Lee/NerdWallet Most people consolidate debt with a personal loan or a balance-transfer credit card. Others tap the equity in their homes. These options all come with risk. By comparison, taking a 401(k) loan might look benign — but it could be the riskiest choice of all. Most 401(k) plans allow users...

Today, unlike previous generations, there is an extensive array of financial information that steadily flows from the news media and the Internet.  Almost instantaneously, you can review your own finances, ascertain your progress, and make necessary adjustments.  However, do all these signs of progress really...

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